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Tag Archives: Judge Henry E. Hudson

Healthcare providers challenge state abortion rules (access required)

Five abortion providers challenging Virginia’s regulatory framework as overly burdensome may proceed with their claims. Background This is an action filed by five Virginia healthcare providers’ who offer abortion care or services seeking declaratory and injunctive relief from what they ...

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Claim against Virginia-based defendant defeats diversity (access required)

Where homeowners sued a mortgage company and included a claim against the Virginia-based foreclosure company that foreclosed on their property, the case is remanded back to state court for a lack of complete diversity. Background Plaintiff alleges that he and ...

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Case lacking complete diversity remanded to state court (access required)

Because a homeowner and a mortgage company in a breach of fiduciary duty action are both citizens of Virginia, the federal court found no complete diversity between the parties and remanded the case to state court. Background Plaintiff alleges that ...

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Plaintiffs lack standing in suit arising out of trespass conviction at school (access required)

Plaintiffs were convicted of trespass in state court after they refused to leave the school premises. They then filed this complaint. The court held they lacked standing over several claims, should abstain from deciding others, and would decline the state ...

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EDVA: Letter to EEOC didn’t exhaust administrative remedies (access required)

After filing a charge of discrimination, a Bed Bath & Beyond manager sent a separate letter alleging that her supervisor encouraged her husband to cheat and retaliated when she complained. A federal court held that these claims weren’t part of ...

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EDVA: Letter to EEOC didn’t exhaust administrative remedies (access required)

After filing a charge of discrimination, a Bed Bath & Beyond manager sent a separate letter alleging that her supervisor encouraged her husband to cheat and retaliated when she complained. A federal court held that these claims weren’t part of ...

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EDVA: Disability, equal protection claims against VBBE dismissed (access required)

A law student who was denied testing accommodations by the Virginia Board of Bar Examiners should have sought state-court review. In addition, the Board was immune from the disability claims, and the student failed to state a Fourteenth Amendment claim. ...

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EDVA: Party thwarting jurisdiction not “fraudulently joined” (access required)

Because the plaintiff stated a claim against the only defendant to share her citizenship – the substitute trustee that executed foreclosure on her home – the court lacked diversity jurisdiction, and remand to state court was required. Background Plaintiff Norma ...

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