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Bank facing sanctions for delays in foreclosure case (access required)

Lawyers for a struggling Rockingham County homeowner are asking a judge to get tough with Bank of America N.A. for dragging its feet on payment after settling a foreclosure lawsuit. A U.S. magistrate judge entered a sanctions show-cause requiring BoA ...

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ERISA Claimant Gets Attorney’s Fees (access required)

In this ERISA action against an electrical workers union pension fund, a Charlottesville U.S. District Court magistrate judge recommends awarding a total award of $271,869 for attorney’s fees and costs; the magistrate judge rejects as “provincial” defendant’s assertions about the ...

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Causation of blood clot at issue in teen’s case – $270,000 Settlement (access required)

The primary issue in this case was disputed causation of plaintiff’s deep vein thrombosis. Plaintiff was an 18-year-old in a vehicle waiting to enter traffic on Route 29 from a business parking lot. Defendant’s tractor-trailer failed to notice traffic slowing ...

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