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Plaintiff suffered continued numbness in leg after surgery – $150,000 settlement (access required)

Plaintiff presented to a neurosurgeon for a consultation regarding protracted lower left extremity pain. An MRI was ordered. The neurosurgeon recommended a decom­pression laminectomy, bilateral facetecto­mies and discectomy on both sides. Surgery was performed without ade­quate imaging to verify placement ...

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Sentencing Court Cites ‘Evolving Law’ on Marijuana (access required)

A Newport News U.S. District Court revokes a drug defendant’s supervised re­lease for multiple violations of his condi­tions, including DWI and marijuana pos­session; however, in light of the “evolving state of the laws criminalizing” marijua­na possession and DOJ guidelines on ...

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Trustee Faces Fiduciary Claims in ESOP Transactions (access required)

In this suit by an employee of a govern­ment contractor challenging two transac­tions involving an Employee Stock Own­ership Plan, the Alexandria U.S. District Court says there are genuine disputes of material facts over the plan trustee’s dis­charge of its fiduciary ...

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Va. Robbery Is ‘Violent Crime’ for Career Offender Status (access required)

A defendant who pleaded guilty to pos­session of cocaine base with intent to dis­tribute can be sentenced as a career offend­er under USSG § 4B1.1 because his prior Virginia conviction for robbery is a “crime of violence,” notwithstanding defendant’s argument ...

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Manufacturer Knew About Boycott in Antitrust Claim (access required)

A company that developed and licensed its Active Injury Mitigation Technolo­gy (AIMT) for table saws cannot assert fraudulent concealment to avoid the four-year statute of limitations on its antitrust claims against defendant manufacturers, who allegedly colluded in deciding not to ...

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