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Consumer Protection – Credit Reports – Software Trial – Failure To Correct Report (access required)

A Richmond U.S. District Court says a former finance manager at a car dealer can sue Experian and the software company that allegedly billed him after he returned “Bill Collector” software within a 30-day free trial period, for a bad ...

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Search & Seizure – Arrest Warrant – Third-Party Apartment Search (access required)

Although police entered an apartment they saw defendant flee to as they attempted to execute an arrest warrant for defendant, their entry did not violate the Fourth Amendment, says a Richmond U.S. District Court. When officers enter a third party’s ...

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Insurance – Policy Coverage – Tenant’s Mold Claim (access required)

A residential tenant suing for health problems from mold in his apartment cannot recover from the landlord’s CGL policy, and a Richmond U.S. District Court grants summary judgment to the carrier in this dec action against the landlord. The tenant ...

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Civil Procedure – Remand – Mortgage Default – Face-To-Face Meeting (access required)

A Richmond U.S. District Court remands to state court a lawsuit seeking to avoid foreclosure on plaintiff’s home by alleging a violation of a Federal Housing Administration regulation that requires a face-to-face interview with plaintiff prior to foreclosure. A defendant ...

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Wills & Trusts – Prudent Investor Rule – Waiver – Attorney’s Fees (access required)

After awarding summary judgment to defendant bank on a son’s claims against the bank for its retention of bank stock in a family trust set up by his mother, due to waivers of the duty of prudence in Letters of ...

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Civil Procedure – Jurisdiction – Federal Question – Title VII (access required)

A Richmond U.S. District Court has jurisdiction over plaintiff’s Title VII action which alleges he was discriminatorily dismissed after current and former employees conspired to create the appearance that he was sexually harassing a co-worker, but the court dismisses the ...

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Civil Rights – Election Law – Independent Candidate – Petition – Residency (access required)

A Richmond U.S. District Court dismisses a would-be congressional candidate’s constitutional challenge to a Virginia statute that imposes a district residency requirement for persons circulating petitions for independent candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives. At issue is the requirement ...

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