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No New Trial on Misjoinder Claim (access required)

Although a Richmond U.S. District Court overturned two securities fraud convictions after defendant’s prosecution for a scheme to induce investors to support defendant’s company purportedly developing a hyperbaric-chambers treatment for HIV/AIDS, the “spillover” effect of the jury hearing evidence on ...

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Coach Sues Superintendent on Contract Claim (access required)

On the magistrate judge’s recommendation, a Richmond U.S. District Court denies dismissal of claims under 42 U.S.C. §§ 1981 and 1983 alleging defendant school superintendent discriminated against plaintiff, an African-American male computer technician and coach, by not renewing his contract ...

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No Race Bias Claim for White Professor (access required)

Although plaintiff, a male Caucasian professor, points to two other Caucasian professors who were denied tenure by defendant Virginia State University, a historically African-American institution, he has not stated a plausible claim of employment discrimination based on race and the ...

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No Jurisdiction from Securities Counterclaims (access required)

Plaintiff company’s suit against former employees and a competitor alleging conspiracy to misappropriate trade secrets is remanded back to state court by the Richmond U.S. District Court; language in the two federal securities statutes cited in defendants’ counterclaims does not ...

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Patent Licensee Must Join Owners as Plaintiffs (access required)

Plaintiff technology company does not have the necessary substantive right to the patents at issue to confer constitutional or statutory standing to prosecute this suit alleging infringement of two U.S. patents relating to computer-assisted mapping technologies licensed to plaintiffs, and ...

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