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No Recovery of Brokerage Account Assets (access required)

In this adversary proceeding arising out of the bankruptcy of debtor Derivium Capital LLC, the 4th Circuit upholds judgment against a consulting company, assignee of the bankruptcy trustee, that was attempting to recover as “fraudulent conveyances” assets transferred into debtor’s ...

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Summary Judgment Dismissal Counts for ‘Three Strikes’ Rule (access required)

A South Carolina inmate cannot challenge a bar to his frivolous claim under the “three strikes” rule to curb frivolous lawsuits on the ground that the rule does not apply when his previous suits were dismissed on summary judgment; the ...

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Union OK’d Despite ‘Inflammatory’ Racial Comments (access required)

A nursing home cannot overturn a vote by its certified nursing assistants (CNAs) and other employees for union representation by arguing that the election was improperly influenced by racially inflammatory comments by a local NAACP official, and the 4th Circuit ...

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Removal Allowed for Card-Carrying ‘Terrorist’ (access required)

An Angolan citizen cannot overturn the Board of Immigration Appeals’ denial of relief from removal, as his activities of paying monthly dues to and hanging posters for a terrorist organization disqualify him under the “Material Support Bar,” the 4th Circuit ...

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