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No Injunction in Jail Employees’ Strip-Search Suit (access required)

In this litigation challenging a sheriff’s strip search of employees of the contractor that provided healthcare services to jail inmates after a tip that contractor employees had been bringing contraband into the jail, and the revocation of their security clearances ...

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Tattoo Company in Contempt of Injunction (access required)

A Norfolk U.S. District Court that granted a permanent injunction against defendants’ infringement of intellectual property owned by plaintiff tattoo art company finds defendants and Third Parties in contempt for failing to maintain and preserve business records and transferring assets ...

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Bifurcated Trial OK for Possible ‘Bad Faith’ Claim (access required)

A Norfolk U.S. District Court surveys state and federal cases on handling “bad faith” claims and bifurcates trial of an insurance carrier’s denial of coverage for an insured church’s storm loss, but denies the carrier’s motion to exclude evidence of ...

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