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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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CGL Excludes Performance Related Claims (access required)

In homeowners’ action under the commercial general liability policy of a bankrupt construction contractor, the Richmond U.S. District Court grants insurer summary judgment: homeowners’ asserted grounds of relief—fraud, misrepresentation and breach of contract—are all performance-related and expressly excluded under policy ...

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Hostile Environment Allegations Insufficient (access required)

The Richmond U.S. District Court dismisses with prejudice a pro se Virginia State University (VSU) professor’s hostile work environment claim arising out the reduction of her 2007 annual salary offer from $72,500 to $65,000; her Equal Pay Act (“EPA”) claim ...

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Allegations Insufficient on Race and Sex (access required)

The Richmond U.S. District Court dismisses pro se employee’s Title VII claims for race and sex discrimination and retaliation; employee fails to allege either discrimination or any adverse employment action; her complaints of conflicting instructions, close supervision, a late paycheck ...

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Trademark Dispute Is ‘Off to the Races’ (access required)

In this dispute over the rights to the service mark for “Strawberry Hill Races,” a century-old steeplechase horse racing tradition in Richmond, a Richmond U.S. District Court will allow plaintiff mark owners, who purchased the mark at a bankruptcy auction, ...

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