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Artist Manager Faces Default Judgment (access required)

Charlottesville U.S. District Court grants plaintiff employer’s motion for en­try of default judgment in its suit alleg­ing defendant breached an employment agreement by failing to repay advances and share post-termination commis­sions; even though defendant has no his­tory of dilatory action, ...

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One storm, two claims for coverage (access required)

Ice Storm Icy Branch FEA

When an ice storm knocked trees onto the porch of her barn in March of 2013, ClaraBelle Wheeler thought she could handle the matter herself. After inspecting the damage, she paid cash to a couple of “day laborers” to make ...

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Cable Tech Worker Not ADA ‘Qualified Individual’ (access required)

A Lynchburg U.S. District Court grants summary judgment to defendant Verizon in this suit filed by a cable splicing technician who alleges the company failed to accommodate his lifting restrictions resulting from a shoulder condition, in violation of the Americans ...

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Expert Can Access Protected Materials (access required)

The Charlottesville U.S. District Court overrules a university patent foundation’s objections to the magistrate judge’s amendment of a protective order governing the scope allowed for plaintiff’s expert to review defendant’s confidential materials. The underlying technology in the case involves magnetic ...

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