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Doctor prevails in suit over size of airway – Defense Verdict (access required)

On April 11, 2012, plaintiff, a 68-year-old retired female, present­ed to an outpatient sur­gery center for a bunio­nectomy. The plaintiff underwent a preopera­tive anesthesia evalua­tion by an anesthesiol­ogist who documented that her airway was within normal limits. However, he then ...

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Court Rejects ‘Excessive Fine’ Toll Road Claim (access required)

A Fairfax Circuit Court rejects a motorist’s claim that an assessment for 157 separate violations of Va. Code § 46.2-819.1 for failure to pay tolls while using the Dulles Toll Road amounts to an excessive and unconstitutional fine. Defendant claims ...

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Garnishment Summons Quashed for Non-Final Order (access required)

A Fairfax Circuit Court grants defendant’s motion to quash garnishment summons in five separate proceedings; because the judgment order against defendant was an interlocutory order that did not resolve all issues against all parties, it was unfit for execution and ...

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Telecom companies prevail on business tort claims (access required)

World Telecom Exchange Communications LLC, or WTXC, and its parent-company, Tulynet FZ LLC, operated as telecommunications businesses, buying and selling telephone minutes for calls connecting to developing countries. In January 2011, WTXC’s CEO, CFO and other key management left WTXC ...

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