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Suit Over Exclusive Internet Contracts Is Moot (access required)

In this dispute over defendant’s contract to provide exclusive Internet, video and phone services to a Loudoun County subdivision, the Alexandria U.S. District Court dismisses the federal claims in plaintiff homeowners association’s suit, as defendant stopped enforcing its video-exclusivity rights ...

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FCA Suit Dismissed in Hospital ‘Concierge’ Program (access required)

A former employee of defendant Bon Secours Richmond’s Concierge Program who complained about administrative personnel’s use of “cheat sheets” to code diagnostic procedures for third-party payments and a “cut and paste” practice for authorizing physician signatures, has failed to state ...

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No Reconsideration for ‘Quibbles,’ ‘Rehashing’ (access required)

In plaintiff Projects Management Company’s contract action claiming defendant DynCorp International breached a subcontract, Subcontract 002, by paying invoices for over $1.2 million to a bank account in Lebanon not specifically authorized in Subcontract 002, an Alexandria U.S. District Court ...

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Arbitration Waiver Is for Whistleblowers Only (access required)

A former manager for a government contractor who is suing for age discrimination cannot avoid arbitration under his employment contract by invoking the arbitration waiver provisions for whistleblowers under the Dodd-Frank Act; the 4th Circuit says Dodd-Frank does not invalidate ...

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No Fraud Claim Against Contractor Employees (access required)

Two counties that hired defendant contractor to expand, install and maintain communications systems for local law enforcement and emergency services, and who allege the contractor substituted inferior, substandard and defective equipment, have failed to state claims for fraud in the ...

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