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Constitutional rights of ‘Unite the Right’ were not violated (access required)

Charlottesville officials did not effectuate a “heckler’s veto” of a Unite the Right rally because plaintiffs – a rally organizer and an attendee – had no constitutional right to state protection from private parties who try to suppress speech and ...

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Ex-student’s negligence, implied contract claims dismissed (access required)

Where a former Washington & Lee student challenging his suspension for allegedly engaging in nonconsensual sexual intercourse with a fellow student could not assert a negligence claim against the university because it did not owe him a duty of care ...

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Expert and evidentiary issues resolved before construction trial (access required)

Disputes over expert testimony and other evidentiary issues were resolved in advance of a trial over damages arising from the construction of a bridge over Interstate 81. Background This matter is before the court on the seven pretrial motions submitted ...

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Bankrupt’s claims against financial institutions narrowed (access required)

Where a plaintiff in bankruptcy alleged a bank and mortgage company violated an automatic stay and committed fraud, his action was dismissed for failure to state a claim. His suit against a debt collector for allegedly violating the Federal Debt ...

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