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Court Upholds Award on Restrictive Covenant (access required)

In this suit involving a therapy contractor’s claims that nine defendant facilities terminated their contracts and then hired 57 of the contractor’s former employees in violation of a restrictive covenant, a Lynchburg U.S. District Court affirms an arbitrator’s award that ...

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Medical Records May Not Sub for ‘Disclosures’ (access required)

Plaintiffs suing for damages from mold infestation in the house they occupied cannot satisfy their obligation to disclose reports from their treating physician witnesses just by sending defendants copies of medical records, but a Charlottesville U.S. District Court will allow ...

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Worker-Safety Research Center Must Provide Docs (access required)

A maker of safety syringes designed to eliminate contaminated needlestick injuries, who is suing a competitor for patent infringement, false advertising and antitrust violations, wins its motion to compel a U.Va. worker safety research center to comply with a subpoena ...

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Tort, Contract Claims Arise from Lightning Strike to Tubing (access required)

The subrogee of an owner whose property was being renovated when lightning struck corrugated stainless steel tubing and caused a fire can sue the manufacturer of the tubing under contract and tort law. Plaintiff AIU Insurance is the subrogee of ...

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Employees’ Speech Not Public Matter (access required)

In a suit by two correctional officers who allege defendant supervisors retaliated against them for lodging an employment complaint and interfered with the employment dispute process through witness intimidation, the Lynchburg U.S. District Court grants summary judgment to defendants. In ...

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