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Tag Archives: U.S. District Court – Eastern District

Fired employee could sue for blood safety claim (access required)

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An American Red Cross employee can  sue  for  retaliatory termination after she reported a supervisor’s alleged contamination of personnel and blood products while drawing blood from two donors, a Norfolk federal court has ruled. When the employee was fired several ...

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No Jurisdiction from Social Media Posts (access required)

In this case arising out of purported internet communications and third-party conversations by defendants between over an 11-month period that allegedly defamed plaintiff, the Richmond U.S. District Court says it can only exercise personal jurisdiction over defendants concerning plaintiff’s claim ...

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Service Member’s SCRA Lease Suit Transferred (access required)

A service member who alleges his landlord in Washington State continued to charge rents after he terminated his lease upon his transfer to Fort Eustis in Virginia, and involved a collection agency to collect unpaid rent, has his suit charging ...

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Contract Signature Binds Defaulting Owner (access required)

Plaintiff Goodwill Industries wins a default judgment and injunction against defendant, who allegedly breached their contract allowing defendant to place and service Goodwill-branded donation bins in the metropolitan Washington D.C. area; an Alexandria U.S. District Court accepts a magistrate judge’s ...

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