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Store Display Rack was ‘Open & Obvious’ (access required)

A Charlottesville U.S. District grants summary judgment to defendant supermarket in plaintiff’s trip-and-fall suit alleging that placement of a display rack of canned vegetables negligently created a hazardous condition that proximately caused plaintiff to trip on the wire rack and ...

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Debtor Alleges CCA Misrepresents Services (access required)

The Charlottesville U.S. District Court will hold a bench trial to determine whether plaintiff is bound by a Client Agreement to arbitrate her claims against defendant InCharge Debt Solutions, a credit counseling agency that allegedly falsely represented that it provided ...

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Website Orders Allow Virginia Jurisdiction (access required)

In this litigation over patent rights involving design and development of a “pocketed” brassiere, which defendants call the “JoeyBra,” a Charlottesville U.S. District Court says it has jurisdiction over defendant, a Seattle-based company, owing to its interactive website and fulfillment ...

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Academic May Pursue FCA Retaliation Claim (access required)

A post-doctoral fellow conducting research at U.Va.’s Department of Psychiatry & Neurobehavioral Sciences who alleges his appointment was not renewed because he complained about his supervisor’s fraudulent allocation of levels of effort on a particular government grant withstands summary judgment ...

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No Violation from Lender’s Account Statement (access required)

Although debtor who obtained a Chapter 7 discharge received a post-discharge statement on her Bank of America mortgage that provided principal balances, estimated payments, payment instructions and information on how payments would be posted, the routine statement did not violate ...

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