Tag Archives: Judge Glen E. Conrad

Limited jurisdictional discovery needed in patent suit (access required)

Outstanding stream-of-commerce issues prevented the court from immediately ruling on the defendant’s claim that the court lacked personal jurisdiction. Background Plaintiff MYA Saray LLC manufactures and distributes tobacco products, including hookahs and accessories. The company also owns a number of ...

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Default judgment granted in copyright suit (access required)

The court awarded damages and attorneys’ fees for copyright infringement through the Defendants’ alleged use of a torrent network. Plaintiff ME2, which holds the copyright to the film “Mechanic: Resurrection,” alleges that defendants Mohamed Ahmed, Marisol Amaya, Daud Jan, and ...

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Despite jury exoneration, lawyer faces bar charges (access required)


A Roanoke County lawyer accused in connection with an investment fraud avoided personal liability in a federal jury trial but now faces Virginia State Bar ethics charges. The allegations against William Lee Andrews III arise from an apparent $325,000 swindle ...

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