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Inmates Get Discovery on Medical Care Claim (access required)

In this plaintiff inmates’ suit under 42 U.S.C. § 1983 alleging defendant prison provides inadequate medical care in violation of plaintiffs’ Eighth Amendment rights, the Charlottesville U.S. District Court grants plaintiffs’ motion to compel discovery of documents concerning any investigations ...

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Nursing home lessor recovers damages for defendant’s breach – $2,742,029 Verdict (access required)

Litigation was initiated in federal court in Atlanta by Mariner, a Georgia-based guarantor of a lease of a nursing home facility in Scott County, Va. Guarantor Mariner sued landlord Elderberry, a Lynchburg LLC, seeking declaratory judgment that a written lease ...

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Affidavit Need Not Be in Affiant’s Words (access required)

In a pro se plaintiff’s suit alleging race bias led to his termination as technical director of quality assurance for defendant pharmaceutical company, a Lynchburg U.S. District Court rejects plaintiff’s claim that an affidavit filed by defendant is a “perjured ...

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Withdrawal Request Denied After Extra Motions (access required)

A Lynchburg U.S. District Court denies counsel’s “Emergency Motion to Withdraw as Attorney” for defendant, without prejudice; although failure to pay fees may provide good cause to move to withdraw, defense counsel continued to file motions after moving to withdraw. ...

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‘Common Interest’ Privilege Protects Docs (access required)

A Lynchburg U.S. District Court overrules plaintiff’s objections to the magistrate judge’s order requiring production of 30 documents withheld on the basis of the common interest privilege asserted by a non-party to this matter. Plaintiff asserts that non-party Crane & ...

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FDCPA Suit Stays in Federal Court (access required)

A Charlottesville U.S. District Court denies plaintiff’s motion to amend her complaint alleging violations of federal and state law arising from defendant mortgage company’s 130 debt-collection calls that disrupted her home-based business and included harassment by defendant’s agent, but the ...

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