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Split Judicial Panel Orders Redistricting (access required)

In the wake of a judicial panel’s decision that Virginia’s Third Congressional District reflects an unconstitutional racial gerrymander, and the Virginia General Assembly’s decision not to devise a remedial redistricting plan, the court directs defendants to implement a redistricting plan ...

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IRS Not Liable for Fees for Donor-List Release (access required)

Although a marriage advocacy group was a “prevailing party” in its lawsuit against the Internal Revenue Service for unauthorized release of the group’s unredacted donor list from its 2008 IRS filing, the government’s litigation position was “substantially justified” and the ...

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Car Buyers Lose Claim for Repo Relief (access required)

The 4th Circuit affirms a district court decision rejecting plaintiff car buyers’ suit for relief from defendant creditors’ alleged violation of repossession notice requirements under Maryland consumer protection law; the Maryland Credit Grantor Closed End Credit Provisions statute requires borrowers ...

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