Tag Archives: Judge David Stanford Schell

Telecom companies prevail on business tort claims (access required)

World Telecom Exchange Communications LLC, or WTXC, and its parent-company, Tulynet FZ LLC, operated as telecommunications businesses, buying and selling telephone minutes for calls connecting to developing countries. In January 2011, WTXC’s CEO, CFO and other key management left WTXC ...

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Auto dealer sold vehicle without disclosing salvage history – $27,200 Verdict (access required)

Plaintiffs are twin brothers who purchased their first car together from defendant’s car dealership in August 2011 for $5,600. Defendant had purchased the vehicle in April 2011 from an auto auction for $1,600. Two weeks later, the defendant obtained a ...

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Lease Not Terminated When Eviction Action Stopped (access required)

A commercial lease was not terminated when the landlord suspended its 2009 action for possession of space leased and assigned by a tenant, but in any event, the tenant owed rent for the four-month period following the assignee’s post-default eviction ...

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Motorist hit while standing beside disabled vehicle – $20,000 Verdict (access required)

Plaintiff was standing beside her disabled vehicle when she was struck by the defendant’s vehicle, which was approaching from behind. She alleged that the defendant caused the collision by following the car in front of her too closely, leaving insufficient ...

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Lawyer beats pro se malpractice lawsuit (access required)

The slightly built woman stands, apparently alone, on a busy corner in bustling Tysons Corner, Virginia. In the video she posted on YouTube, she is dwarfed by the office buildings behind her and appears in danger of being blown over ...

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