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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 ...

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

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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 ...

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Lawyer disqualified, reprimanded for possible conflict (access required)

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A Bedford lawyer has been reprimanded by a Virginia State Bar disciplinary panel after a judge used blunt terms to disqualify the lawyer from a criminal case. Carter B. Garrett’s representation of a drug defendant facing trial presented “an actual ...

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Pro Se Plaintiff May Amend Mold Disability Claim (access required)

A pro se plaintiff may not sue the Virginia Department of Transportation under the Americans with Disabilities Act for its alleged failure to accommodate her mold allergy when she worked in VDOT’s Lynchburg facility, as VDOT has 11th Amendment immunity ...

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Breach of Confidentiality Claim Dismissed (access required)

In this litigation over defendant’s alleged breach of a confidentiality agreement regarding development of a thermoformable composite sheet product to be used by defendant in aircraft cabin interiors, the Lynchburg U.S. District Court grants summary judgment for defendant and denies ...

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No ‘Prevailing Party’ Fees for Defendant (access required)

Although defendants, sued for patent infringement of a pocketed bra design, successfully defended plaintiff’s motion for a preliminary injunction, won dismissal of the individual defendants and saw the suit dismissed for failure to prosecute, the Charlottesville U.S. District Court says ...

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