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4th Cir.: Medical reimbursement scheme was material omission (access required)

Investors’ complaint against a medical device company sufficiently alleged violations of § 10(b) of the Securities Exchange Act, claiming that the company’s officers knowingly misrepresented material facts constituting a fraud on the market. Background Appellee TranS1 received approval in 2004 ...

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Too Little Credit to Treating Physicians’ Testimony (access required)

An administrative law judge for the Social Security Administration improperly discounted medical opinions by a claimant’s treating physicians in favor of testimony by a non-treating physician, the circuit court held. After being injured while using a hammer drill at work, ...

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Standing – Injury in Fact – Civil Rights – ADA – Access Barriers (access required)

A wheelchair-bound plaintiff adequately alleged an injury-in-fact when he alleged that (1) in the past, he has stopped at the defendant-shopping center and encountered architectural barriers which placed him at risk of physical harm and denied him equal access to ...

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Involuntary Manslaughter Not ‘Moral Turpitude’ Crime (access required)

Virginia’s involuntary manslaughter offense is not a “crime of moral turpitude” and the Board of Immigration Appeals erred in its contrary holding and in rejecting a Belarus native’s petition for asylum, withholding of removal and protection under the Convention Against ...

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