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Fourth Circuit Holds Res Judicata Applies to Bankruptcy Sale Orders

By Amanda Whorton On March 11, 2016, the Fourth Circuit issued a published opinion in the civil case Providence Hall Associates v. Wells Fargo Bank. The court affirmed the district court’s...

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11th Feb 2016

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Fourth Circuit Holds that Creditors in Maryland “Discover” Violations of Closed End Credit Provisions When They Actually Become Aware of Charging an Improper Interest Rate

 By Whitney Pakalka On January 11, 2016, the Fourth Circuit issued a published opinion in the civil case of Askew v. Hampton Roads Finance Company. The District Court for the...

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19th Jan 2016

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Drug Conviction Renders Petitioner Ineligible for Relief Under the INA or CAT Despite Fleeing Gang Violence in Central America

By Elizabeth DeFrance On December 4, 2015, the Fourth Circuit issued a published opinion in the case, Hernandez-Nolasco v. Lynch, in which the petitioner sought review of orders of the...

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21st Oct 2015

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Man Declared Not an “Armed Career Criminal” After Ten Years of Appealing Sentence

By: Mikhail Petrov On June 30, 2015, in the criminal case of United States v. Newbold, the Fourth Circuit issued a published opinion vacating Joseph K. Newbold’s sentence and remanding...

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05th Mar 2015

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Prospective Request for Attorneys’ Fees Did Not Violate Fair Debt Collection Practices Act

By Rolf Garcia-Gallont In an opinion published today, the Fourth Circuit affirmed the district court’s decision in the civil case of Elyazidi v. SunTrust Bank, dismissing all claims brought by the...

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21st Nov 2014

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Defendant Acted as an Investment Adviser in a Fraudulent Scheme Employing “Sophisticated Means”

By: Michael Klotz               Today, in United States v. Graves, the 4th Circuit affirmed the conviction of John Robert Graves, a former F.B.I. employee who—along with his wife—ran a sophisticated...

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07th Nov 2014

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Adverse Credibility Rulings Are Distinguishable from Willful Misrepresentation in Immigration Hearings

by David Darr On Wednesday, in Yang v. Holder, the Fourth Circuit granted the petitioner’s petition for review, vacated the decision of the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) that affirmed...

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24th Oct 2014

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Wrongful Termination Lawsuit by Injured Employee Fails

By: Michael Klotz In Sledge v. Graphic Packaging International Inc., the Fourth Court affirmed the lower court decision awarding summary judgment to the Defendant, a custom packing products manufacturer, on...

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