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Virginia Court Has Personal Jurisdiction Over Maryland Doc (access required)

A Maryland doctor and his Chevy Chase practice group, with Virginia licensure and regular provision of medical services to patients with Virginia zip codes, can be sued in Virginia federal court on a med-mal claim that defendants’ prescription of Bactrim, ...

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Contract – Fraud – Bid-Rigging Scheme – Household Moving Company (access required)

A moving company convicted of conspiracy to defraud the U.S. and to restrain trade, in connection with a bid-rigging scheme among European and American companies that move household goods for U.S. military and civilian personnel from Germany to the U.S., ...

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Employment Discrimination – Age – Harassment – Retaliation (access required)

An instructional systems design specialist for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, who began receiving negative performance reviews in 2005 and received a series of such reviews before and after her 2009 EEO complaint alleging age discrimination and harassment, has not ...

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Contract – Loan – Servicing – Portfolio Transfer – Effective Date (access required)

Although plaintiff bank was disappointed in its expectations to take over servicing of a 46,000-loan portfolio under its contract with Freddie Mac, after another federal court issued a TRO that prevented transfer of the loan portfolio, plaintiff cannot claim any ...

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Attorneys – Motion To Disqualify – Former Prosecutor (access required)

In this libel and conspiracy action filed against defendant Lyndon LaRouche, his political action committee and other defendants, an Alexandria U.S. District Court grants defendants’ motion to disqualify as plaintiff’s counsel the lawyer who, as a former assistant U.S. attorney, ...

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Civil Rights – Conspiracy – Libel – Suicide Allegation (access required)

An Alexandria U.S. District Court refuses to dismiss this suit alleging conspiracy to injure a witness under 42 U.S.C. § 1985 and libel per se against defendant Lyndon LaRouche, who repeatedly published reports that plaintiff’s husband had committed suicide because ...

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