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No Sanctions for Third-Party Email Demands (access required)

Plaintiff marketing firm suing a Canadian manufacturer of armored personnel carriers for commissions for sales of its products to a foreign government is not entitled to sanctions against defendant for its failure to produce certain emails from the independent contractor ...

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No Interlocutory Appeal for Age Bias Claim (access required)

An Alexandria U.S. District Court denies defendant defense contractor’s motion for leave to appeal the court’s earlier decision that a 53-year-old male African-American computer software engineer with extensive military intelligence experience and 12 years’ experience working as a computer software ...

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‘Federal Officer’ Removal Works for Slander Suit (access required)

Plaintiff former employee of defendant federal contractor cannot remand to state court a suit he filed, after he left defendant to work for another federal contractor when defendant refused to give him a salary increase, alleging the former employer and ...

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Delayed Filing Blamed on Lawyer Family Illness (access required)

Plaintiff, an African-American female who served as Lead Personnel Security Specialist for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation since 2010, has her Title VII race and discrimination suit dismissed by the Alexandria U.S. District Court because she filed her complaint after ...

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No Defamation Claim Against Loan Servicer (access required)

A mortgage loan servicer wins summary judgment on plaintiff borrower’s suit alleging breach of contract and defamation for alleged misrepresentations that his account was delinquent; the Alexandria U.S. District Court says the servicer’s Notice of Assignment only assigned defendants an ...

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Suit Alleges Improper Access to Credit Reports (access required)

Consumers who allege defendants, including The Servicing Company LLC, have improperly obtained consumer reports of plaintiffs and then resold those reports to Internet payday lenders have stated claims under the Fair Credit Reporting Act against the company and its owner; ...

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