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Owners’ fee award against HOA may prompt more suits (access required)

A new attorney’s fees opinion by a Fairfax judge could fuel litigation against community associations, lawyers say. Homeowners are entitled to recover attorney’s fees if they prevail in a suit under the Virginia Property Owners’ Association Act, the judge decided ...

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No ECOA Standing from Minority-Enterprise Status (access required)

In this suit by an Indian business man and his four businesses alleging a claim against a commercial lender under Virginia’s Equal Credit Opportunity Act, a Fairfax Circuit Court says the minority-owned business certification of two of the corporate plaintiffs ...

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Business Has No ‘Disparate Impact’ ECOA Claim (access required)

Even if the court recognized a “disparate impact” claim against a commercial lender under Virginia’s Equal Credit Opportunity Act, plaintiffs, a businessman of Indian descent and his four medical businesses, have not stated such a claim against defendant Wells Fargo, ...

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Subcontractor for linguists contends regs were ignored – $2,858,463 Verdict (access required)

L-3 Communication Services Inc., the prime contractor to a government contract, refused to pay interim variance indirect rate invoices to a subcontractor, Thomas Computer Solutions LLC (TCS), until the Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA) conducted a final audit. This stance ...

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