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Tag Archives: Judge Jeanette A. Irby

No injunction against face mask executive order (access required)

Where plaintiffs challenge an executive order requiring the use of a face mask in certain settings, injunctive relief is denied because plaintiffs are “not likely to succeed on the merits of their claim.” Background Plaintiffs are a winery and, Strother, ...

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Motion in limine rulings deferred (access required)

The parties’ motions in limine in this medical malpractice matter regarding argument about safety rules, evidence of contributing cause and eliciting undisclosed expert testimony will be deferred until trial. Overview Plaintiff alleges that after her decedent’s kidney surgery, he died ...

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Sinkhole gives rise to condemnation claim (access required)

An oil-change company seeking to recover lost profits after access to its business was limited by the county’s alleged unreasonable delay in repairing a sinkhole has sufficiently pleaded an inverse condemnation claim. Overview Plaintiff PM Lube operates an oil change ...

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Special warranty conveyance preserves interest in condos (access required)

A condo developer successfully petitioned to invalidate a subcontractor’s mechanic’s lien on the individual condos after the general contractor reportedly went bankrupt. Though it had sold all the condos, the developer had standing to bring the petition by virtue of ...

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Va. Cir.: Special warranty conveyance preserves interest in condos (access required)

A condo developer successfully petitioned to invalidate a subcontractor’s mechanic’s lien on the individual condos after the general contractor reportedly went bankrupt. Though it had sold all the condos, the developer had standing to bring the petition by virtue of ...

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