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Court dismisses claims against Navy officers and Defense personnel (access required)

The defendants were acting within the scope of their employment when they investigated complaints that plaintiff abused and neglected his three minor children while stationed on an overseas military base. Background Barry Doe claims officers of the United States Navy ...

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Plaintiff’s own experts said doctor didn’t violate standard of care (access required)

After testimony from the plaintiff’s own experts confirmed the doctor’s decision to transfer the infant to a higher level of care within the hospital was not a violation of the standard of care, the court reversed a multi-million dollar judgment ...

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Assault with intent to murder is a ‘violent felony’ (access required)

A defendant was properly categorized under the Armed Career Criminal Act, or ACCA, because his conviction for assault with intent to murder qualified as a “violent felony” under the statute. Background Kevin Battle appeals from the district court’s denial of ...

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Estate could sue companies that sent medication to wrong customer (access required)

Where a woman died more than one month after taking prescription medication intended for another customer that was mistakenly delivered to her house, her estate could pursue claims of negligence against the pharmacy that prescribed the medication and the delivery ...

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Whistleblower’s claims not covered by Sarbanes-Oxley (access required)

Northrop Grumman successfully argued that an employee’s complaint was not within the scope of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, or SOX, and she therefore could not claim whistleblower protection under the Act. An ALJ’s order in favor of the employee was vacated. ...

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Class certification defects waived by objecting parties (access required)

Although a district court made errors in certifying a defendant class, including failing to timely appoint class counsel or ensuring the requirements of Federal Rule 23 were satisfied, the objecting parties’ failure to timely object to these defects and the ...

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