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Tag Archives: Fairfax Circuit Court

Lawyer died after heat stroke in fitness center – Confidential terms (access required)

Plaintiff’s decedent was a 72-year-old internationally known lawyer. An avid athlete, decedent would routinely end his day by using the fitness center’s steam shower. While using the steam shower one evening, decedent became ill and ultimately unconscious. Decedent was found ...

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No fraud or unjust enrichment in home construction action (access required)

Where plaintiffs sued for return of their deposits paid for property and construction of a home, the court finds defendants did not violate the Virginia Consumer Protection Act, and were not unjustly enriched by retaining plaintiffs’ deposits. To prove fraud ...

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Court has jurisdiction over claim against county (access required)

Where Fairfax County has adopted by resolution its own polices and practices for the procurement of goods and services, the county is wholly exempt from Virginia’s Public Procurement Act. A contractor’s judicial review rights are determined with reference to the ...

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