Tag Archives: Judge Glen E. Conrad

Experts may testify about lost earnings at damages trial (access required)

Experts’ conclusions about the lost earning capacity of a woman injured in a motor vehicle accident were not based on an unfounded assumption of full-time employment, or “entirely upon statistics and assumptions.” The defendants can cross examine the experts about ...

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Evidence backs conclusion debtor purchased equipment (access required)

Where a dental equipment manufacturer failed to show the sole shareholder of a dental practice, and not the dental practice now in bankruptcy, purchased and owned the equipment, the extrinsic evidence supported the conclusion the purchaser was most likely the ...

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Mortgagee lacks standing to challenge assignment (access required)

Although the Virginia Supreme Court has never “squarely” addressed whether a borrower lacks standing to challenge the securitization and assignment of his home mortgage, the court’s numerous decisions support that conclusion. Background In 2003, Timothy P. Flinn, a Virginia resident, ...

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Suit claims age discrimination by bank (access required)

Allegations that Carter Bank & Trust has marginalized older employees, stripped them of duties and responsibilities, denied training and promotional opportunities provided to younger employees and made comments reflecting age animus were sufficient to withstand a motion to dismiss disparate ...

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