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Discovery Ordered for Wrongful Death Damages (access required)

A Fairfax Circuit Court says defendants are entitled to discover the factual basis for plaintiff’s claim of lost income and the documentary evidence to support it, in this wrongful death suit. Plaintiff alleges defendant convenience store owners were negligent in ...

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Improper Service in ‘Reopen Case’ (access required)

In this domestic relations “reopen case” in which father seeks to reduce support and complains he has been denied visitation, the Fairfax Circuit Court grants mother’s motion for reconsideration of an earlier support modification, as mother did not receive proper ...

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Rezoning Challenger Gets Hearing (access required)

Plaintiff office park owner’s allegations that the board of supervisors did not adequately consider traffic impact when it rezoned an adjacent parcel from single-family homes to a planned development community have earned plaintiff an evidentiary hearing on whether the rezoning ...

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Lis Pendens Was Not Slander of Title (access required)

In this real estate dispute over the parties’ 2007 agreement granting an easement to construct a roadway and later sale of plaintiff’s property, a Fairfax Circuit Court dismisses plaintiff’s claims for slander of title, intentional interference with contract and abuse ...

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No Hearing On Officer Grievance (access required)

A Fairfax Circuit Court denies an administrative hearing to a police officer who protests receiving a performance evaluation that rated him at the “Contributor” level for 2009-2010, which allegedly was lower than previous performance ratings. The Employment Dispute Resolution Board ...

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Investor’s Claim under Securities Act Advances (access required)

An investor who thought his $200,000 payment to defendants was buying 40,000 shares in C2 Future stock that would allow expansion of an educational company into Korea, instead of “office expenses for existing schools,”  can sue defendants for an alleged ...

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