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Contractor Showed No Damage from Exec Departure (access required)

Plaintiff, a company that provides systems engineering and technical support to federal agencies, could not show any lost profits from alleged trade secret misappropriation or other wrongful conduct by a former executive who left to develop her own IT business ...

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Comp Denial Based on Phony Forgery Claim (access required)

The Virginia Employment Commission’s handling of a medical technologist’s proffers of proof that she did not falsify a doctor’s note, and denial of unemployment compensation based on her “misconduct,” are reversed as “arbitrary and capricious” by the Fairfax Circuit Court. ...

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Field sobriety test results suppressed in Fairfax (access required)

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A trial judge has excluded the results of a driver’s field sobri­ety tests because the telephone translator who conveyed the of­ficer’s instructions to the driver did not come to court. Instructions conveyed through the translator are testimonial, and the driver ...

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No SCC certificate, no million-dollar win (access required)

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The Supreme Court of Virginia has overturned one of the common­wealth’s largest verdicts for 2015, because one of the winning tele­com companies was not properly registered with the State Corpora­tion Commission prior to entry of the final judgment. Although Virginia ...

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Court Dismisses Minors’ Claims Signed by Parents (access required)

In plaintiffs’ pro se trespass and nuisance suit against their neighbors, the Fairfax Circuit Court grants defendants’ motion to dismiss claims of the minor children, as the parents’ signatures on the complaint do not comply with Virginia pleading requirements. Plaintiffs ...

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Two docs blame each other, jury awards $7M (access required)

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After hearing two doctors blame each other for a patient’s death, a Fairfax County jury delivered a $7 million verdict for the patient’s family July 19. The jury tacked on interest from the 2013 date of surgery, making the verdict ...

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