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Computer Fraud Claims Split in Federal, State Courts (access required)

In plaintiff software company’s suit against a competitor who allegedly decrypted former customer passwords to gain access to plaintiff’s confidential trade secrets, the Alexandria U.S. District Court says plaintiff’s state law claims for false pretenses and encryption are not preempted ...

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No Securities Fraud Claims Against Online Company (access required)

An Alexandria U.S. District Court dismisses this securities fraud class action filed by a firefighters’ pension fund against defendant K12 Inc., a provider of online classroom services, whose stock price declined by nearly 40 percent on Oct. 9, 2013, following ...

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No ADA Claim for Contract Nonrenewal (access required)

A transit security technician with the U.S. State Department who alleges his annual contract was not renewed after he requested a rest stop for overseas air travel to Islamabad, supported by a psychiatrist’s letter documenting the technician’s claustrophobia, has not ...

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Carrier Can’t Overturn Policy Coverage Decision (access required)

An Alexandria U.S. District Court denies reconsideration of its decision that an insurance company must defend tort and defamation claims filed against the Franklin Center for Government and Public Integrity under a “Businessowners Policy”; the court rejects the carrier’s claim ...

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Spending-Limits Patent Is Just Budget Idea (access required)

Capital One Financial Corporation wins summary judgment in Alexandria U.S. District Court in plaintiff’s suit alleging infringement of plaintiff’s patents involving administration of financial accounts and user display access of customized webpages. The claimed invention in the ‘137 patent utilizes ...

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Fees Ordered on Motion to Compel (access required)

An Alexandria U.S. District Court accepts the magistrate judge’s recommendation to sanction plaintiff company for its failure to produce two witnesses from abroad for deposition by dismissing plaintiff’s suit, without prejudice, and ordering plaintiff to pay defendant’s attorney’s fees and ...

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