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Fees awarded for enforcing inmate settlement (access required)

Where inmates from the Fluvanna Correctional Center for Women sought $12,403.20 in attorneys’ fees incurred in enforcing the settlement agreement to be provided adequate medical care, reductions were made for excessive time and to account for one attorney’s limited experience. ...

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Party cannot tortiously interfere with its own contract (access required)

Where the designer and builder never identified a third party contract or business relationship that was interfered with through the defendant’s conduct, their tortious interference claim failed as a matter of law. At best, they showed they had a business ...

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Fees awarded for enforcing inmate care settlement (access required)

Where inmates from the Fluvanna Correctional Center for Women sought $12,403.20 in attorneys’ fees incurred in enforcing the settlement agreement to be provided adequate medical care, reductions were made for excessive time and to account for one attorney’s limited experience. ...

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Association expenses and charges properly calculated (access required)

Where plaintiff, a commercial owners association, based its assessments on the total square footage of defendant member’s property instead of the developed portion only, this was in accordance with the parties’ contract. As a result, when defendant did not fully ...

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Payment didn’t moot inducement claim (access required)

Where defendants sued for failing to make a settlement payment fulfilled that obligation (with interest) during the litigation, the payment mooted the breach of contract claim but not the fraudulent inducement claim because the plaintiff also sought out-of-pocket expenses, lost ...

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Breach of contract suit claims failure to pay (access required)

IBM unsuccessfully argued that its subcontractors’ breach of contract suit alleging it failed to pay them for options years violated an anti-assignment provision in its terms and conditions, constituted an unenforceable penalty or was contrary to a limitation of liability ...

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