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Illegal reentry extends to venue where defendant is ‘found’ (access required)

Because illegal reentry is a continuing crime, a violation may be prosecuted where the defendant enters or attempts to enter the United States as well as at any place that he is present until found. Because the defendant was “found” ...

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Insurer had no duty under policy rescinded before accident (access required)

Where the automobile policy was effectively rescinded because the insured failed to pay the policy premium and ignored follow-up letters, the carrier had no duty with respect to a subsequent car accident. Background Plaintiff sought a declaration that it does ...

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Mother has standing in intrauterine insemination suit (access required)

A mother has standing to sue the United States, on behalf of her deceased children, for medical malpractice allegedly committed by military medical providers that led to the death of two fetuses and three children who died shortly after birth. ...

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Novel issues not certified for interlocutory appeal (access required)

Although a prior order in a securities class action resolved issues of first impression, they were not “controlling” and thus not certified for immediate interlocutory appeal. Background By order dated Feb. 25, 2020, the court denied the motion to certify ...

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Employee’s age discrimination suit fails twice (access required)

Where the plaintiff was terminated as treasurer by one company and was not hired by a successive employer, his suit alleging age discrimination failed because he presented no evidence that his age was the reason for the employment decisions. Background ...

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Airport authority did not discriminate or retaliate against employee (access required)

Where the facts showed a former employee was terminated after the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, or MWAA, conducted a legitimate internal investigation into his conduct, that his complaints about the workplace were normal disagreements or managerial judgments and that he ...

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