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Suit Alleges Improper Access to Credit Reports (access required)

Consumers who allege defendants, including The Servicing Company LLC, have improperly obtained consumer reports of plaintiffs and then resold those reports to Internet payday lenders have stated claims under the Fair Credit Reporting Act against the company and its owner; ...

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Prosecutor Has Absolute Immunity (access required)

A Richmond U.S. District Court dismisses negligence claims filed against a prosecutor who represented the commonwealth in a fraudulent prescription prosecution against plaintiff that later was dismissed; all of the defendant prosecutor’s actions were “intimately associated with the judicial phrase ...

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Contract Attorney’s Title VII Suit Dismissed (access required)

An African-American female lawyer employed by defendant staffing agency and assigned to a claims resolution company has her suit alleging hostile work environment and retaliatory discharge dismissed by the Richmond U.S. District Court because she failed to file a  charge ...

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Negligence claim against prosecutor dismissed (access required)

Richmond federal courthouse

A federal judge acted swiftly this week to kick out negligence claims against a Virginia prosecutor accused of wrongfully pursuing prescription fraud charges against a Walmart customer. U.S. District Judge Henry E. Hudson Monday dismissed the claims against Spotsylvania County ...

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