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Plaintiff’s ‘Willful’ FCRA Charge Survives (access required)

Defendant credit reporting agency cannot escape liability for a “willful,” or “objectively unreasonable” violation of the Fair Credit Reporting Act for its failure to identify one of three sources of information for its erroneous reporting of a debt that affected ...

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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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Corrected Certificate Limited Disability Payments (access required)

Although a disability income rider to plaintiff’s group term life insurance initially did not indicate a maximum benefit period per single disability period, the late provision of a corrected certificate specifications page stating a two-year maximum benefit period did not ...

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Substitute Trustee Valid for Foreclosure (access required)

A Richmond U.S. District Court dismisses plaintiff borrowers’ suit alleging defendant note holder LNV Corporation’s substitution of trustee is invalid and foreclosure on their property should be overturned. Plaintiffs must demonstrate that but for LNV’s allegedly invalid execution of the ...

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Claim Construction for Server Control Patent (access required)

In plaintiff Suffolk Technologies’ suit alleging defendant Google’s willful infringement of Suffolk’s ‘835 patent that purports to cover several methods for controlling a server in response to requests for files from web pages, an Alexandria U.S. District Court offers Markman ...

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‘Terminal Disclaimer’ Survives Missing Fee Receipt (access required)

An Alexandria U.S. District Court grants summary judgment to defendant U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in this suit by Harvard University alleging the PTO improperly determined that their ‘803 patent,  entitled “Transgenic non-human mammals,” had expired and improperly refused to ...

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