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Lawyer’s Tortious Interference Suit Dismissed (access required)

In this dispute between two Virginia lawyers who successively represented a family in a civil dispute with a neighbor, an Alexandria U.S. District Court dismisses the first lawyer’s suit alleging tortious interference with contract and civil conspiracy against the second ...

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Company Owes Prejudgment Interest, No Attorney Fees (access required)

In addition to holding defendant Sprint Communications liable in damages for breaching its contract with CenturyLink, a Richmond U.S. District Court also orders Sprint to pay plaintiffs prejudgment interest of $2,979,487, but declines to order Sprint to pay CenturyLink’s attorney’s ...

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Carrier Must Defend Under ‘Garage Operations’ Clause (access required)

Although the driver of a car owned by Cowles Nissan was intoxicated when he struck and killed a pedestrian, an Alexandria U.S. District Court predicts the Virginia Supreme Court would interpret an insurance policy’s “garage operations provision” to require the ...

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