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Tag Archives: Virginia Circuit Courts

Nonsolicitation, nondisclosure agreements enforceable in part (access required)

Nonsolicitation and nondisclosure agreements defendant signed after plaintiff hired her are enforceable because they are narrowly drawn to protect plaintiff’s legitimate business interests. However, the noncompete provision in the nondisclosure agreement is not enforceable because it is not narrowly drawn ...

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Any error regarding autopsy report’s admission was harmless (access required)

Even assuming without deciding that an autopsy report was testimonial and that defendant had a right to confront the report’s author at the preliminary examination, any error caused by the author’s absence was harmless. The author of a forensic pediatric ...

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Injured pedestrian cannot sue county garbage truck driver (access required)

Sovereign immunity bars a suit against a county garbage truck driver who hit and injured a pedestrian while he was driving his route. Background Defendant was driving his garbage collection route when he struck and injured plaintiff while making a ...

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No breach regarding developer’s fees and improvements (access required)

A real estate project owner did not breach a reciprocal easement agreement (REA) with a business that bought property within the project by adding common area repair and construction costs to monthly common area maintenance (CAM) fees. Facts RAMCO Virginia’s ...

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Mechanic’s lien inferior to trustees’ and lender’s interests (access required)

Where a plumbing company sued to enforce a mechanic’s lien against defendant’s property for unpaid work, the lender and the deed trustees are not necessary parties to the case because, by statute, the lien is inferior to the trustees and ...

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No jurisdiction in divorce case to issue custody order (access required)

The court lacks jurisdiction to enter a child custody order due to the residency of the parties and their child, and because this court has not previously entered a custody order in this divorce case. Background Plaintiff father and defendant ...

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Claims related to funeral home’s release of cremains dismissed (access required)

Where a contract with a funeral home gave two individuals authority to receive the decedent’s cremains, the funeral home did not breach the contract by giving both urns containing the cremains to only one of the named individuals. Overview Plaintiff ...

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