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‘Competition’ Not Needed for Trade Secrets Claim (access required)

A government contractor that does “geonames” mapping work can sue its former employee who allegedly breached an employment agreement when he used plaintiff’s trade secrets with a new employer; the Supreme Court of Virginia reverses the trial court’s dismissal of ...

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Out-of-State Lawyer Loses Experts, Case Dismissed (access required)

In a medical malpractice case, the trial court did not abuse its discretion in excluding plaintiff’s expert designations as untimely and invalid without signature of local counsel, and in granting summary judgment for defendant after excluding plaintiff’s expert testimony on ...

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Med-mal case dismissed, out-of-state lawyer at fault (access required)

Missteps by a Missouri lawyer cost a Virginia medical malpractice plaintiff the chance to prove her claim against a Richmond hospital in a case decided this month by the Supreme Court of Virginia. The court offered no remedy for the ...

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