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Tag Archives: Judge Liam O’Grady

FDIC Analyst’s Age, Gender Bias Claims Dismissed (access required)

A Caucasian male, born in 1965, and a veteran with a 60 percent compensable disability rating from the Veterans Administration, has not supported his age, gender and disability discrimination claims relating to the defendant Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation’s decisions, including ...

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Company Owner Can Sue for Fraudulent Inducement (access required)

Plaintiff small business, founded by a former service technician for defendant Pitney Bowes Inc., can sue PBI for fraudulent inducement regarding a dealer agreement the parties had for plaintiff to service PBI products, that defendant allegedly used to damage plaintiff’s ...

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‘Redistricting’ Plaintiffs Win $1.3M in Fees, Costs (access required)

In the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court’s dismissal of an appeal of a three-judge panel’s decision that Virginia’s 3rd Congressional District reflects an unconstitutional racial gerrymander, the panel lifts the stay on its earlier award of $779,189.39 in attorney’s ...

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Court Uses Vienna Metro for Fee Award (access required)

After a two-week jury trial in which plaintiff music publisher won $25 million in damages against Cox Communications for contributory copyright infringement, the Alexandria U.S. District Court awards plaintiff $8,383,368 in attorney’s fees, after excluding nontaxable expenses and applying a ...

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Noncompete restricting info source ‘overbroad’ (access required)

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An employer lost its opening bid to stop a former manager from working for an alleged competitor in a multi-state home-building business, when an Alexandria federal court denied the employer’s motion for a preliminary injunction on Feb. 14. In arguing ...

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