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Tag Archives: Fraud

Car buyer: dealership didn’t disclose prior accident damage – $125,000 Settlement (access required)

Plaintiff purchased a vehicle from the defendant dealership. The plaintiff alleged that during the negotiations for the vehicle, she explained her need for reliable and safe transportation for her family. She asked the salesman why the vehicle was being sold ...

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Nursing students sue after school loses accreditation, closes – $17,500,000 Settlement (access required)

In 2011, a class action lawsuit was filed against Mountain State University on behalf of a Bachelor of Science in nursing student and other similarly situated nursing students and graduates, alleging that MSU failed to honestly and accurately represent the ...

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Fluvanna County drops suit against financial advisor – Voluntary Dismissal (access required)

The Fluvanna County Board of Supervisors accepted a demand for voluntary dismissal with prejudice of the county’s three-year lawsuit against Davenport & Company LLC concerning the financing for a new Fluvanna County High School in 2008. According to a statement ...

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Auto dealer sold vehicle without disclosing salvage history – $27,200 Verdict (access required)

Plaintiffs are twin brothers who purchased their first car together from defendant’s car dealership in August 2011 for $5,600. Defendant had purchased the vehicle in April 2011 from an auto auction for $1,600. Two weeks later, the defendant obtained a ...

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Mandatory attorney’s fees awarded in precedent-setting VFATA case – $243,684 Verdict (access required)

On March 8, 2013, a jury ruled in favor of an architect fired by the City of Alexandria, in the first case tried under the Virginia Fraud Against Taxpayers Act’s anti-retaliation provisions, Va. Code 8.01-216.8 et seq. Plaintiff’s petition for ...

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