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Tag Archives: Judge John F. Anderson

Consultant’s report not entitled to work product protection (access required)

Where a security consultant had a preexisting relationship with Capital One and its report was pursuant to a prior statement of work and master services agreement, its retention by outside legal counsel after a security intrusion did not provide work ...

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Arbitrator’s interpretation of ‘good cause’ was OK (access required)

Where the collective bargaining agreement between Safeway and its union did not define what constitutes “good cause” to terminate an employee, the arbitrator’s decision to reinstate the grievant was not an irrational interpretation. However, because Safeway’s position was plausible and ...

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Default judgment entered against employer for unpaid pension contributions (access required)

An employer who failed to make pension contributions or to respond to pension funds’ lawsuit was ordered to repay the funds with interest and pick up attorney and auditing fees. Background This action is brought under Sections 502 and 515 ...

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Contract Signature Binds Defaulting Owner (access required)

Plaintiff Goodwill Industries wins a default judgment and injunction against defendant, who allegedly breached their contract allowing defendant to place and service Goodwill-branded donation bins in the metropolitan Washington D.C. area; an Alexandria U.S. District Court accepts a magistrate judge’s ...

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Media Company Wins Domain-Name Dispute (access required)

Plaintiff Entrepreneur Media Inc. wins default judgment against Internet domain name in this decision by the Alexandria U.S. District Court under the Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act. The court accepts the recommendation of the magistrate judge and orders that the ...

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