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Writer Sues over ‘Horror’ ’Zine Series (access required)

A writer suing defendant “Horrorhound” magazine, marketed to fans of horror culture, may amend his complaint a second time to add three additional counts to intellectual property claims arising from his allegations of defendant’s treatment of plaintiff’s “Video Invasion” series ...

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Foreclosure Plaintiffs Subject to Pre-Filing Injunction (access required)

The Richmond U.S. District Court finds it necessary to impose Rule 11 nonmonetary sanctions on plaintiffs by imposing a pre-filing injunction requiring pre-filing court review of complaints related to plaintiffs’ repeat law suits alleging they were subjected to a loan ...

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Investors Claim Fraud on Insurance ‘Reserves’ (access required)

Plaintiff class of investors who allege defendant Genworth Financial repeatedly reassured investors that the company had adequate reserves for its primary product, long-term care insurance, but saw Genworth stock drop by 55 percent after the company revealed on Nov. 5, ...

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Fair Housing Groups Have Standing in Barrier Suit (access required)

On reconsideration, a Richmond U.S. District Court says plaintiff fair housing groups that have used testers to discover alleged violations of legal requirements for accessible and adaptable design under the Fair Housing Amendments Act of 1988 have stated claims for ...

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