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Tag Archives: Judge Henry E. Hudson

Collective action approved in medical management OT suit (access required)

Where a medical management nurse showed that that she was similarly situated to other medical management nurses working at the defendant’s location, at a similar employment level and whose primary job duty was conducting medical necessity reviews, a collective action ...

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Negligent performance of contract claims dismissed (access required)

Where life insurance beneficiaries alleged a carrier failed to pay policy death benefit proceeds, their negligence and fraud claims were dismissed because their remedy was under contract law, not tort law. Background Caroline B. Reynolds, Alison W. Reynolds and Paige ...

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Suit alleging 754 violations of federal law dismissed (access required)

Where a man claimed that defendants engaged in 754 violations of federal law when they allegedly bullied him into purchasing a vehicle that was later repossessed, his complaint was dismissed. It failed to plead facts plausibly showing violations of the ...

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No First Amendment violation for limiting record access (access required)

Where one Virginia statute denies non-Virginia-barred attorneys remote access to records otherwise available at the courthouse, and another statute prevents individuals who have remote access from selling, posting or redistributing data obtained from these records to third parties, the statutes ...

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Nurse can’t dismiss deliberate indifference claim (access required)

Where a detainee alleged that the condition of her infected tooth was an objectively serious medical need, but that a nurse refused to prescribe the Penicillin ordered by the oral surgeon, she plausibly stated a claim for deliberate indifference. Background ...

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