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Suit filed 39 months after talks ended was prejudicial (access required)

Where plaintiff, the labor and industry commissioner, sued United Parcel Service 39 months after the parties ended discussions on how to resolve a citation the commissioner issued after a fatal accident at a UPS facility, the delay was prejudicial and ...

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Insufficient jurisdictional statement warrants sanctions (access required)

Where appellant’s jurisdictional statement did not “set forth ‘in what respect’” the Court of Appeals decision “involve[d] a substantial constitutional question as a determinative issue or matter of significant precedential value, the jurisdictional statement does not satisfy Rule 5:17(c)(2).” Appellee’s ...

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Church denied injunction pending appeal of COVID-19 restrictions (access required)

A church claiming the Virginia governor’s COVID-19 restrictions violate its freedom of religion was denied an injunction pending appeal because it failed to show it was likely to prevail on the merits. And as there is a related judicial proceeding ...

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