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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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Plaintiff awarded unpaid overtime under FSLA (access required)

After a home health care worker established that her employer failed to compensate her for overtime, the Eastern District of Virginia court found her entitled to unpaid overtime, liquidated damages and attorney’s fees under FLSA. Background Plaintiff sued Kare Management ...

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Ex parte TRO granted in trademark suit (access required)

Juul Labs convinced the court it was likely to prevail on trademark claims against unknown defendants selling allegedly counterfeit products on eBay, and that defendants’ Pay Pal accounts should be frozen. Background Plaintiff alleges that Defendants “are knowingly and intentionally ...

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Plaintiff awarded over $10.9 million in damages (access required)

Defendants entered into various agreements with Greensill Capital, a financial institution, whereby Greensill agreed to pay certain invoices incurred by defendants in the operation of their business, with the understanding that defendants would repay Greensill in accordance with the terms ...

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Plaintiffs lack standing in suit arising out of trespass conviction at school (access required)

Plaintiffs were convicted of trespass in state court after they refused to leave the school premises. They then filed this complaint. The court held they lacked standing over several claims, should abstain from deciding others, and would decline the state ...

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Parents need to clarify claims in school board suit to recover fees (access required)

Plaintiffs, parents of a minor child, sued to recover the fees and costs they incurred in successfully prevailing in a school proceeding involving discipline of their child. An individual who assisted plaintiffs in that proceeding moved to intervene in the ...

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Patient recovers for denial of treatment, beatings – $385,000 Verdict (access required)

Involuntarily committed patient at Central State Hospital denied recommended and needed medical care (Dialectal Behavioral Therapy a.k.a. “DBT”) for three years and subjected to beatings over several weeks, at hands of another, much larger, patient, who attacked plaintiff at the ...

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United States allowed to foreclose against real property (access required)

The United States previously obtained judgment against an individual who failed to pay taxes for 11 years. It now moved to foreclose real property owned by the defendant. The court granted the United States’ motion for summary judgment and ordered ...

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