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Law firm’s attempt to collect debts did not violate FDCPA (access required)

Where a law firm representing a homeowners association attempted to collect outstanding debts from homeowners by filing a writ of garnishment and lien that included post-judgment enforcement costs, it did not violate the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. Background Homeowners ...

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Company not liable for sexual assault of plaintiff (access required)

Although a woman’s co-worker was found liable for sexually assaulting her during her shifts at Radford Arsenal, the evidence was insufficient to hold their employer liable for the co-worker’s  conduct. Background Carla A. Clehm is an employee of defendant BAE ...

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Defendant’s designation as armed career criminal to be reconsidered (access required)

Where the defendant’s challenge to his designation as an armed career criminal is not barred by the statute of limitations, the law of the case or a waiver, the district court must consider his arguments that his prior robberies no ...

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Previously resolved case reinstated, then dismissed again (access required)

Where a trial court erroneously reinstated its previously decided cases involving child support and arrearages, it realized its mistake and correctly vacated its reinstatement order. There was no error in denying a motion to reconsider. Background In 2016, Carolyn Rumbaugh ...

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Previously resolved case is reinstated, then dismissed again (access required)

Where a trial court erroneously reinstated its previously decided cases involving child support and arrearages, it realized its mistake and correctly vacated its reinstatement order. There was no error in denying a motion to reconsider. Background In 2016, Carolyn Rumbaugh ...

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