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Tag Archives: Judge Norman K. Moon

Prosecutor immune in ‘false prosecution’ case (access required)

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Despite the allegation of “a grave injustice” in the abduction conviction of a Charlottesville-area grocer, a federal judge said the man’s civil lawsuit against the prosecutor’s office would not stand. Sovereign immunity protects the commonwealth’s attorney under the U.S. Constitution, ...

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Fair Credit Reporting Act – Standing – Summary Judgment (access required)

Phillips v. Trans Union LLC (VLW No. 017-3-477, 15 pp.) (Moon, J.) 3:16-cv-00088; W.D. Va. Holding:  Where plaintiff debtor sued defendant loan servicer for providing inaccurate information to a credit reporting agency, in violation of the Fair Credit Reporting Act, ...

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Gross Negligence Claim Survives for Tainted Salad (access required)

Three plaintiffs who alleged they became ill after eating two bags of “Asian Chopped Salad” purchased from defendant Sam’s Club and produced by defendant Taylor Farms, have stated claims for willful and wanton negligence and gross negligence with allegations that ...

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