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Investor’s Claim under Securities Act Advances (access required)

An investor who thought his $200,000 payment to defendants was buying 40,000 shares in C2 Future stock that would allow expansion of an educational company into Korea, instead of “office expenses for existing schools,”  can sue defendants for an alleged ...

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MERS is Necessary Party to Mechanic’s Lien Suit (access required)

A contractor may not proceed to enforce a mechanic’s lien against a homeowner because the contractor’s complaint does not include MERS, the Mortgage Electronic Registrations Systems Inc., as a necessary party to the mechanic’s lien suit, says a Fairfax Circuit ...

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Antique Vehicle Collection is Illegal Junk Yard (access required)

Although a property owner says the antique vehicle collection on his Fairfax County property is his hobby, the Fairfax Circuit Court upholds the Board of Zoning Appeals decision that the collection is an illegal junk yard under the local zoning ...

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Fitness Club Employee Fired for No ‘Fight Night’ (access required)

A Fairfax Circuit Court says an employee terminated from his employment at a fitness club is barred by misconduct from collecting unemployment compensation through the Virginia Employment Commission, as he was terminated for his failure to plan and promote a ...

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Bylaws ‘Reference’ Does Not Create Contract (access required)

Three vice presidents of defendant company terminated after they worked to set up a subsidiary office in the United Arab Emirates cannot rebut the presumption that they were at-will employees with a claim that their offer letters or memoranda incorporated ...

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Risk Manager Notes Protected by Privilege (access required)

In this lawsuit against an anesthesiology group, a nonparty hospital risk manager who responded to contact from a lawyer engaged four days after a death, and who contacted outside counsel, investigated the incident and collected information to share with outside ...

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