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Monthly Archives: September 2009

Real Estate – Fraud – Limitations (access required)

Common sense dictates that plaintiff buyers would have known the address of the commercial property they were purchasing, says a magistrate judge for the Abingdon U.S. District Court, and because plaintiffs reasonably should have discovered defendants’ alleged fraud in using ...

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Criminal – Drug Conspiracy – Meth Sales (access required)

The government presented substantial evidence of the two defendants’ criminal activity in relation to a conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine, and the Abingdon U.S. District Court denies defendants’ post-trial motions for judgment of acquittal. I find the government presented substantial evidence ...

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ER doc gets $900,000 for job tort claim (access required)

A Salem hospital has been hit with a $900,000 jury verdict in a case where a doctor accused hospital officials of getting her fired from her practice group for supporting disgruntled nurses. The case points up a potential area of ...

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