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Tag Archives: Judge Glen E. Conrad

Breach of contract suit claims failure to pay (access required)

IBM unsuccessfully argued that its subcontractors’ breach of contract suit alleging it failed to pay them for options years violated an anti-assignment provision in its terms and conditions, constituted an unenforceable penalty or was contrary to a limitation of liability ...

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Inventor alleges company used trade secrets (access required)

The inventor of a portable drain cleaning tool has sued its former distribution partner, alleging it breached a nondisclosure agreement and used confidential information to develop a competing product.  Background Plaintiffs C. Charles Gallo, CDC Products Inc. and Quality Innovations ...

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Website alone can be a place of public accommodation (access required)

Although the Fourth Circuit has not addressed whether a website can constitute a place of public accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act, and other circuits have reached differing conclusions, the court agreed that places of “public accommodation” are not ...

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In camera review doesn’t back deliberate process claim (access required)

Although the Council on Environmental Quality, or CEQ, claimed the production of dozens of unredacted documents would chill speech, stifle “frank and open discussions” and confuse the public, an in camera review did not support these assertions. Background Southern Environmental ...

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