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Defendant lost attorney-client privilege by blaming lawyers (access required)

A former Midlothian man fighting charges of tax evasion and bankruptcy fraud cannot claim attorney-client privilege to shield information in his former lawyers’ files, a federal judge in Richmond has ruled. The bankruptcy case of Arash Moazzeni was marked by ...

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Similarly Situated Comparator Lacking (access required)

Following an unsuccessful state employee grievance, the Richmond U.S. District Court grants defendant Virginia Department of Corrections’ (VDOC’s) motion for summary judgment against a female correctional officer terminated for fraternizing with a convicted murderer; the officer had been seen being ...

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No Link Between Ads & Virginia Purchases (access required)

In this suit involving competing claims to the trademark “Diamonds Direct,” the Richmond U.S. District Court says plaintiff has failed to offer evidence establishing its prior use of the mark in Virginia, and defendant Capri Jewelers’ presumptive ownership of the ...

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