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Tag Archives: Civil Practice

Controlled substances on funds prompt seizure at airport (access required)

Where an individual was found with funds containing traces of controlled substances while going through security at an airport and was unable to provide documentation to support any of his inconsistent claims regarding the source of those funds, the funds ...

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Email service in infringement case was proper (access required)

Where plaintiffs’ complaint alleged that defendants used their trademarks without authorization to sell counterfeit versions of their products and plaintiffs properly served defendants by email pursuant to a court order, plaintiffs were entitled to default judgment on their claims that ...

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Defendant’s medical condition won’t overcome choice of venue (access required)

Although a medical condition made it difficult for the defendant to travel to the plaintiff’s chosen venue, she was not entitled to transfer the action because the plaintiff had a strong interest in keeping the action in the venue of ...

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Sale commissioner did not faithfully discharge duties (access required)

A commissioner of sale is personally liable after the net sale proceeds of a marital home in the underlying case were distributed without satisfying petitioner’s lien. The commissioner failed “to file a proper accounting” of all the encumbrances on the ...

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