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Tag Archives: Contract

Subcontract – Warranty – Virginia Consumer Protection Act – Statute of Limitations (access required)

Johnston v. Stephan (VLW No. 017-8-097, 14 pp.) (Bernhard, J.) Fairfax Cir.Ct.Case No. Cl-2017-5006 Holding: Where the defendant-subcontractor installed a roof under a subcontract with a general contractor employed by a homeowner who then sold the home to plaintiff-homeowners, the ...

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Plaintiff sought millions in airplane lease case, recovers $0 – Defense Verdict (access required)

In a case where the plaintiff sought $5,520,000, where defense witnesses were prohibited from testifying and where de­fense documents were excluded from ev­idence, the defense obtained a defense jury verdict of $0 after a two 1/2 day trial. Plaintiff, an ...

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Trustee sued for violation of duties of care, loyalty – $2.5 million verdict (access required)

Plaintiffs alleged that defendant, who served as the trust­ee for several family trusts, had violated his duty of care and loy­alty. Plaintiffs sought damages for his misfea­sance/negligence while serving as the trustee. Defendants have noted an appeal and ALPS is ...

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Sub Wins $6M in Army Shelter Contract Dispute (access required)

In this government procurement case arising out of a subcontract for defendant to provide materials for onsite assembly of “Kuwait Energy Efficient Project” shelters under plaintiff’s prime contract with the U.S. Army, the Alexandria U.S. District Court says plaintiff contractor ...

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Contractor Can Try Computer Fraud Claims Against Sub (access required)

In this dispute between a plaintiff and his company who subcontracted with defendant to supply labor on a Department of Defense contract, the Alexandria U.S. District Court grants defendant summary judgment on plaintiff’s claims for retaliation in violation of the ...

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FCA Filing Bar Applies Despite Dismissals (access required)

Although related False Claims Act suits against defendant Halliburton and other defense contractors were dismissed by two other federal courts and this particular relator’s FCA complaint had been amended, the “first-to-file” rule for bringing FCA action nevertheless required dismissal of ...

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