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Tag Archives: Judge John F. Anderson

Real Estate Agents Violated Credit Repair Act (access required)

Two realty company employees violated the Credit Repair Organizations Act by misrepresenting that they would assist plaintiff homeowners by improving their credit rating and applying for a mortgage loan modification, accepting payments from plaintiffs and using plaintiff’s debit card number ...

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Sanctions Ordered for Interrogatory Response (access required)

An Alexandria U.S. District Court Magistrate Judge sanctions plaintiff company for failure to comply with court orders to provide a full and complete response to defendant’s interrogatory by ordering certain facts be taken as established in this contract dispute. The ...

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Sanctions for ‘Business Decision’ Not to Produce Witness (access required)

Plaintiff company’s “business decision” not to bring an employee back from the Ukraine for a deposition after multiple court orders requiring production of the witness, who served as “Chief of Party” under the contract at issue, prompts an Alexandria U.S. ...

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Default Judgment, Fees Awarded in Detinue Action (access required)

Plaintiff bank is entitled to default judgment against defendant entities that operated pizza restaurants, in the bank’s action for breach of an agreement, breach of a guaranty agreement and for an order of detinue, and the Alexandria U.S. District Court ...

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Media Company Wins Domain-Name Dispute (access required)

Plaintiff Entrepreneur Media Inc. wins default judgment against Internet domain name entrepreneursstartup.com in this decision by the Alexandria U.S. District Court under the Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act. The court accepts the recommendation of the magistrate judge and orders that the ...

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Court Finds Contempt, Orders Default & Fees (access required)

An Alexandria U.S. District Court pulls the plug on defense of a fraud and breach of contract case filed a subcontractor against a government contractor, and finds defendant contractor in contempt of court for its bad faith and repeated violations ...

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Intellectual Property – Markman Hearing – Credit Accounts Program (access required)

In Walker Digital LLC’s patent infringement suit against Capital One Services LLC, an Alexandria U.S. District Court issues its decision construing certain terms after the court’s hearing in accordance with Markman v. Westview Instruments Inc., 517 U.S. 370 (1996). The ...

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