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Jury Award Struck on ‘Insulting Words’ Claim (access required)

A jury awarded a total of $1.2 million in Fairfax businessman’s suit alleging defendant international businessman defamed him by denying he was plaintiff’s biological father and criticizing plaintiff’s handling of divorce and custody litigation, but the Fairfax Circuit Court strikes ...

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No Protective Order to Prevent Website Publicity (access required)

A Fairfax Circuit Court denies a protective order to plaintiff church to prevent defendants, who allegedly have defamed plaintiff on their website, from publishing on their website embarrassing materials defendants obtain through discovery. A number of allegedly defamatory statements on ...

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Land taken from Wolf Trap to build power station, pond – $603,000 Verdict (access required)

The case involved the taking of 64,958 square feet of land in fee, and 28,616 square feet of land in a temporary construction easement, from a 4.97 acre parcel owned by Wolf Trap in Vienna. The project included the installation ...

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Slander of Title Claim Barred After Two Years (access required)

In this first-impression case, a Fairfax Circuit Court applies a two-year statute of limitations to a claim for slander of title and dismisses as time-barred a woman’s claim against Wells Fargo based on her husband’s alleged forgery of her signature ...

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Slander of Title Claim Barred After Two Years (access required)

In this first-impression case, a Fairfax Circuit Court applies a two-year statute of limitations to a claim for slander of title and dismisses as time-barred a woman’s claim against Wells Fargo based on her husband’s alleged forgery of her signature ...

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No Dismissal for Inadvertent Destruction of Drug (access required)

A Fairfax Circuit Court refuses to dismiss a felony drug distribution charge because of the inadvertent destruction of the cocaine allegedly sold by defendant and seized by police. Failure to preserve potentially useful evidence does not violate due process unless ...

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