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Suit Alleges Complaint About ‘Ethnic’ Dress (access required)

In an African-American administrative assistant’s Title VII suit alleging her employ­er showing race-based favoritism toward a white administrative assistant, the Rich­mond U.S. District Court will strike from the complaint, as not exhausted in plaintiff’s EEOC charge, allegations relating to plain­tiff’s ...

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Deputy Has Immunity in Prescription Fraud Arrest (access required)

A Richmond U.S. District Court says it was a “close question” whether a deputy had prob­able cause to arrest plaintiff for prescription fraud based on a pharmacist’s report that the woman’s prescription fulfillment histo­ry raised “red flags,” but says the ...

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Law firm hit with Medicare payback claim (access required)

Medicare FEA

A Richmond federal court says an insurance carrier can sue a personal injury law firm for double damages for failing to reimburse the carrier for conditional medical payments it made for a client under a Medicare Advantage plan. Personal injury ...

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‘Suspicious’ prescription led to lawsuit (access required)

Rx Pad Blank Prescription FEA

Tighter rules on some kinds of drug prescriptions have put pharma­cists and law enforcement on alert for efforts to evade controls. Some­times their suspicions can lead to lawsuits, as in a recent case in Richmond federal court. Plaintiff Eve Davis ...

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Venue Proper for Settlement Enforcement Claim (access required)

In plaintiff concrete company’s suit seeking to enforce a settlement purportedly negotiated between the parties in Virginia and providing plaintiff with $112,500 in satisfaction of liens filed on property in Texas, a Richmond U.S. District Court declines to transfer venue ...

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