Home (page 6)

Tag Archives: Judge Norman K. Moon

Bio-Patent Case Stayed for IPR (access required)

In this patent case involving development of automated technologies to minimize degradation of stored biological samples in ultra-low temperature freezers, the Charlottesville U.S. District Court grants defendant company’s motion to stay proceedings pending conclusion of inter partes review of the ...

Read More »

Fraud Claim Barred by Res Judicata (access required)

A Charlottesville U.S. District Court grants summary judgment to defendant bank in plaintiff’s fraud and misrepresentation action against the bank; plaintiff’s claims are barred by res judicata and, alternatively, by Va. Code § 8.01-243’s two-year statute of limitations for fraud-based ...

Read More »

Plaintiff Not ‘Incapacitated’ to Toll Time Limit (access required)

A pro se plaintiff’s suit alleging debilitating illness from a course of treatment with vitamin B-12 injections manufactured and distributed by defendants is dismissed by the Lynchburg U.S. District Court, as plaintiff has not shown that her symptoms were so ...

Read More »

Minister ordered to pay attorney’s fees after suit tossed (access required)


Denouncing what he said were frivolous arguments and delaying tactics designed to stifle online criticism, a Lynchburg federal judge has tossed a Baptist minister’s copyright infringement claims and ordered him to pay $34,262.50 in attorney’s fees. In making the fee ...

Read More »