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EDVA: No tortious interference without contractual expectancy (access required)

In protracted trade-secrets litigation, claims by successor organizations to a government subcontractor failed to demonstrate a valid contractual expectancy that could support their claims of tortious interference with a business expectancy. Background Plaintiffs L-3 Communications Corp. and L-3 Applied Technologies ...

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EDVA: Plaintiffs’ “deafening silence” dooms diversity cure (access required)

The Plaintiffs’ decade-old judgment of over $1 million, which they sought to enforce, was vacated due to the court’s lack of subject-matter jurisdiction over the action. The court declined to drop dispensable parties that destroyed jurisdiction, finding that the Plaintiffs ...

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4th Cir.: Court could hear U.S. contractor suit against Korea (access required)

This appeal arose from a contract dispute between Appellee BAE Systems Technology Solutions & Services Inc., a U.S. defense contractor, and Appellant Republic of Korea and its Defense Acquisition Program Administration. BAE sought a declaratory judgment that it had not ...

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EDVA: Company could be liable for employee fraud (access required)

Although the Plaintiffs did not state a § 10(b) claim against any individual corporate officers, false statements by a company’s lower-level employees could be attributed to the company itself if employees made those statements with the intent to provide false ...

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Va. Cir.: Oyer for corporate documents denied (access required)

A defendant may not crave oyer for documents other than deeds or letters of probate and administration, outside the narrow exceptions of (1) agreement of the parties, or (2) supplements to documents related to deeds or probate that are already ...

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University Not Custodian of Foundation Records (access required)

Pursuant to Virginia’s Freedom of Information Act, Petitioner Transparent GMU requested from Respondents George Mason University and the George Mason University Foundation Inc. records relating to donations made or offered, directly and indirectly, to the University by certain private entities ...

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Financial Services Firm Hit for ‘Successor Liability’ (access required)

A financial services company, WS Wealth, was a successor to Bluemont, a financial services company that filed for bankruptcy protection in the wake of an arbitration award in favor of plaintiff Charles Schwab & Company, under the “de facto merger” ...

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