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Payment Never Made Under Release Agreement (access required)

Although plaintiff lender and defendant cosmetics company entered into a Mutual Release Agreement to settle plaintiff’s claims arising from a factoring agreement, plaintiff is not entitled to summary judgment in its suit against the cosmetic company’s managing director under her ...

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No Business Expectancy Claim from ‘Expertise’ (access required)

In this government contract dispute, the named plaintiffs have not demonstrated that either is an assignee of a Subcontract from which any rights or business expectancies could arise, and neither plaintiff has standing to pursue this litigation, an Alexandria U.S. ...

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Omnibus Statute Does Not Save Airplane Coverage (access required)

In this insurance claim dispute involving plaintiff’s authorization of a non-insured pilot to fly plaintiff’s airplane, which was damaged when it crashed during an air show, the Alexandria U.S. District Court grants the insurance company’s motion for summary judgment; the ...

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Delayed Filing Blamed on Lawyer Family Illness (access required)

Plaintiff, an African-American female who served as Lead Personnel Security Specialist for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation since 2010, has her Title VII race and discrimination suit dismissed by the Alexandria U.S. District Court because she filed her complaint after ...

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No Defamation Claim Against Loan Servicer (access required)

A mortgage loan servicer wins summary judgment on plaintiff borrower’s suit alleging breach of contract and defamation for alleged misrepresentations that his account was delinquent; the Alexandria U.S. District Court says the servicer’s Notice of Assignment only assigned defendants an ...

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Panel Upholds Virginia House District Plan (access required)

In a 2-1 split of the three-judge panel, the Richmond U.S. District Court upholds the constitutionality of 12 Virginia House of Delegates districts against plaintiffs’ challenge asserting the redistricting plan demonstrates racial gerrymandering in violation of the 14th Amendment’s Equal ...

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Prosecutors Interfered with Witness Access (access required)

An Alexandria U.S. District Court grants defendant’s motion for a three-week continuance because the government improperly interfered with defendant’s access to witnesses and likely influence over witnesses resulting from the government’s requests that potential witnesses notify the government if they ...

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