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Security Contractor’s False Claims Suit Barred (access required)

Two government contractors whose False Claims Act suit allegedly blows the whistle on defendant contractor’s false weapons qualification scheme and false billeting scheme for security personnel in Iraq and Afghanistan, see their qui tam suit dismissed by an Alexandria U.S. ...

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Annual report’s ‘red flags’ support shareholder suit (access required)

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Shareholders are suing a bank’s directors for not paying sufficient attention to the bank’s annual report. The shareholders’ derivative action alleges the annual report threw up “red flags” that should have allowed the defendants to ward off regulatory action that ...

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Shareholders Claim Directors Missed ‘Red Flags’ (access required)

In this shareholder derivative action against Capital One officers and directors alleging inadequate oversight of a third-party call center’s marketing of add-on products, the Alexandria U.S. District Court dismisses claims for corporate waste and unjust enrichment, but says plaintiffs have ...

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‘Web Page Diary’ Patent Claim Advances (access required)

In plaintiff social media company’s suit against Facebook, an Alexandria U.S. District Court says the complaint adequately alleges facts concerning post-filing knowledge to state a claim for indirect infringement, as the service or filing of a law suit provides the ...

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Media Company Wins Domain-Name Dispute (access required)

Plaintiff Entrepreneur Media Inc. wins default judgment against Internet domain name entrepreneursstartup.com in this decision by the Alexandria U.S. District Court under the Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act. The court accepts the recommendation of the magistrate judge and orders that the ...

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