Principles of Remedies

 ASBESTOS UPDATE: Park-Ohio Holdings Had 255 PI Cases at March 31
Lloyd's Asbestos Litigation Reporter, August 1, 2015

 Canada: FCA Imposes Could And Would Test To Assess Non-Infringing Alternative
Mondaq Business Briefing, July 31, 2015 Friday

 The Federal Court of Appeal has released its reasons in the appeal of Justice Snider's lovastatin damages decision. Justice Snider awarded Merck $119 million, plus interest, as damages for Apotex's infringement of Merck's patent covering its lovastatin product. The FCA dismissed Apotex's appeal (copy available here). The primary issue on appeal was whether a non-infringing alternative (NIA) can be considered in law when calculating a patentee's damages for infringement. Taking a bold step away from established Canadian law, the FCA found that a NIA can be so considered. However, the Court imposed a strict test requiring that the infringer both could and would have used the NIA had it not used the infringing product. Background
 Jurisdiction of court hearing West Blue case challenged by Government
Legal Monitor Worldwide, July 31, 2015 Friday

 The Attorney General (AG) has challenged the jurisdiction of an Accra High Court to hear the case in which a clearing agent, Michael Kweku Djan, has taken on government in what he considers a clear breach of the 1992 Constitution, by sole sourcing the National Single Window and Risk Management System Project to West Blue Ghana Limited.
 Jury orders Siegfried & Jensen to pay $6 million to former partner
The Salt Lake Tribune, July 31, 2015 Friday

 A jury has ordered Siegfried & Jensen, one of the state's most prominent law firms, to pay nearly $6 million to a former partner who claimed he was cheated out of profits from the firm over several years.
 SEC Issues Administrative Ruling on Michael T. Seabolt
Targeted News Service, July 31, 2015 Friday 12:23 AM EST

 The Securities & Exchange Commission issued the following administrative proceeding: In the Matter of MICHAEL T. SEABOLT Respondent. ORDER INSTITUTING ADMINISTRATIVE AND CEASE-AND- DESIST PROCEEDINGS, PURSUANT TO SECTION 8A OF THE SECURITIES ACT OF 1933, SECTIONS 15(b) AND 21C OF THE SECURITIES EXCHANGE ACT OF 1934, SECTION 203(k) OF THE INVESTMENT ADVISERS ACT OF 1940, AND SECTION 9(b) OF THE INVESTMENT COMPANY ACT OF 1940, MAKING FINDINGS, AND IMPOSING REMEDIAL SANCTIONS AND A CEASE- AND-DESIST ORDER I. The Securities and Exchange Commission ("Commission") deems it appropriate and in the public interest that public administrative and cease-and-desist proceedings be, and hereby are, instituted pursuant to Section 8A of the Securities Act of 1933 ("Securities Act"), Sections 15(b) and 21C of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 ("Exchange Act"), Section 203(k) of the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 ("Advisers Act"), and Section 9(b) of the Investment Company Act of 1940 ("Investment Company Act") against Michael T. Seabolt ("Seabolt" or "Respondent").
 South Africa: North West High Court (ZANWHC) - Latest decision: Meyer and Another v Premier of North West Province and Another (729/10, 732/10) [2015] ZANWHC 21 (2 July 2015)
Premium Official News, July 31, 2015 Friday

  North West High Court has issued the following decision: IN THE NORTH WEST HIGH COURT MAHIKENG  CASE NOS.: 729/10 & 732/10 In the matter between: CHANTELL MELINDA MEYER 1ST Plaintiff DAVID ZACHARIAS VAN AS 2ND Plaintiff and THE PREMIER OF NORTH WEST PROVINCE 1ST Defendant MEC FOR PUBLIC WORKS, ROADS & TRANSPORT 2ND Defendant CIVIL MATTER
 TP - Whether a software product company can be compared to a software development services company - NO: ITAT
Tax India International, July 31, 2015 6:30 AM EST

 2015-TII-321-ITAT-BANG-TP IN THE INCOME TAX APPELLATE TRIBUNALBENCH 'B' BANGALORE IT(TP)A No.23/Bang/2015Assessment Year: 2009-10 M/s RAMBUS CHIP TECHNOLOGIES (INDIA) PVT LTD('RAMBUS INDIA'), 12th FLOOR, TOWER C&DIBC KNOWLEDGE PARK, 4/1, BANNERGHATTA ROADBANGALORE-560029PAN NO:AACCR8522M Vs DEPUTY COMMISSIONER OF INCOME-TAXCIRCLE-12(4), BANGALORE
 United States Courts Opinions: United States District Court District of Arizona: Case 3:14-cv-08111-JWS
US Official News, July 31, 2015 Friday

 United States Courts Opinions: United States District Court Northern District of California: G. F., et al., Plaintiffs, v. CONTRA COSTA COUNTY, et al
US Official News, July 31, 2015 Friday

 Calcutta High Court order: C.O. 2071 of 2015
Pakistan Law Reporter, July 30, 2015 Thursday

  Calcutta High Court has issued the following order:  133AGM19.062015C.O. 2071 of 2015Sipra TalukdarVersusSmt. Aparajita Das& AnrMr. Ajoy Debnath,Mr. D. Das,  …. For the Petitioner.Mr. Aniruddha Chatterjee,Ms. Sudeshna Basu Thakur, …. For the Opposite Party. The revisional application is directed against anorder No. 27 dated May 19, 2015 passed by the learnedCivil Judge (Sr. Division), First Court, Asansol in Misc.Appeal No. 27 of 2015 by which the operation of an orderof injunction is stayed.
 Calcutta High Court order: WP 12493 (W) of 2015
Pakistan Law Reporter, July 30, 2015 Thursday

  Calcutta High Court has issued the following order:  Serial No.27. June 19, 2015. SG WP 12493 (W) of 2015  Andaman Plantations and Development Corporation Private Limited and another -versus- Union of India and others  Mr Partha Sarathi Sengupta Mr Shyamal Sarkar Mr Deepak Jain Ms Jyoti Singh … for the petitioners. Ms Chandreyi Alam … for the respondent no.1. Mr Ashok Banerjee Mr Mohd. Tabrez Mr Bhaskar Prasad Banerjee … for the respondent nos.2 to 10.
 Patna High Court - Orders Rameshwar Pd. Yagnik vs Most.Manorma Devi & Ors
Pakistan Law Reporter, July 30, 2015 Thursday

  IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE AT PATNA First Appeal No.761 of 1985 ====================================================== Rameshwar Pd. Yagnik .... .... Appellant/s Versus Most.Manorma Devi & Ors .... .... Respondent/s ====================================================== Appearance : For the Appellant/s : Mr. Shymeshwar Dayal For the Respondent/s : Mr. V.N.Sinha Mr. Amrendra Kr. Sinha
 Punjab-Haryana High Court Sumitra Devi vs Ram Phal And Ors
Pakistan Law Reporter, July 30, 2015 Thursday

 Punjab-Haryana: accuracy and authenticity of this document IN THE HIGH COURT OF PUNJAB AND HARYANA AT CHANDIGARH  Date of decision : 27.7.2015 FAO No. 4307 of 2004 (O/M) Sumitra Devi ..... Appellant  Versus Ram Phal and others ...... Respondents FAO No. 4308 of 2004 (O/M) Smt. Sumitra Devi ..... Appellant  Versus Ram Phal and others ...... Respondents
 Punjab-Haryana High Court Urmila Devi And Ors vs New India Assurance Co And Ors
Pakistan Law Reporter, July 30, 2015 Thursday

 Punjab-Haryana: SANJIV KUMAR SHARMA 2015.07.24 16:36 I attest to the accuracy and authenticity of this document IN THE HIGH COURT OF PUNJAB AND HARYANA AT CHANDIGARH  FAO No. 4764 of 2004 (O/M) Date of decision : 24.7.2015 Smt. Urmila Devi and others ..... Appellants  Versus
 SEAN GARRETT HIT WITH ADDITIONAL DAMAGES IN LABOUR LAWSUIT WITH FORMER EMPLOYEE
WENN Entertainment News Wire Service, July 30, 2015 Thursday 9:56 PM GMT

 Producer SEAN GARRETT has been dealt another legal blow in his labour lawsuit with an ex-bodyguard after a judge ordered him to pay an additional $65,000 (£40,625).
 United States Courts Opinions: United States Court For the ninth Circuit: MICROSOFT CORPORATION, a Washington corporation, Plaintiff-Appellee, v. MOTOROLA, INC
US Official News, July 30, 2015 Thursday

 An Uber disappointment
Waterloo Chronicle, July 29, 2015 Wednesday

 By James JacksonChronicle Staff Regional politicians were taken aback by the unexpected announcement from Uber it was launching it's ride-share app locally last Thursday afternoon. The announcement came just one day after an Uber representative met with regional staff and made no mention of their plans to launch less than 24 hours later. It's leaving some to question whether Uber is willing to work with the region to develop a strategy with how best to deal with the contentious technology. "So much for continued consultation," said Regional Chair Kenâ\x80\x88Seiling on Thursday morning, just hours before the app was to launch in Waterloo Region as well as Hamilton, Guelph and London. "I think it's disappointing."
 Labour Arbitration Awards: Veridian Corp. v International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 636, 2015
Canadian Government News, July 29, 2015 Wednesday

  Labour Arbitration Awards has issued the following decision: IN THE MATTER OF AN ARBITRATION BETWEEN: Veridian Corp. -and- International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 636 Grievance of Fred Raininger Lorne Slotnick, Arbitrator Representing the Company – Michael Horvat  Representing the Union – Andrea Bowker Hearing – By written submissions ending July 10, 2015 SUPPLEMENTARY AWARD This is a supplementary award resolving issues in dispute related to compensation for the grievor, who was ordered reinstated in my award dated September 5, 2014 (2014 CanLII 52179 (ON LA).)
 Madras High Court order: A.Nos.3796 and 3797 of 2015 in C.S.No.465 of 2015
Pakistan Law Reporter, July 29, 2015 Wednesday

  Madras High Court has issued the following order:  1IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE AT MADRASDATED: 26-06-2015(Orders reserved on 25-06-2015)CORAM:THE HONOURABLE MR.JUSTICE K.RAVICHANDRABAABUA.Nos.3796 and 3797 of 2015 in C.S.No.465 of 2015andO.A.No.625 of 2015 and A.No.4019 of 2015 in C.S.No.495 of 20151. Vishal Krishna2. Nasser3. Si.Karthi.. Applicants in A.Nos.3796 and 3797 of 2015 /plaintiffs in C.S.No.465 of 2015Vs.
 Stringent road safety law in a month: HC told
The Times of India (TOI), July 29, 2015 Wednesday

 CHENNAI: In less than a month the nation will have a new, stringent motor vehicles legislation that envisages truly deterrent penalty and imprisonment for violators of road rules, including drunk drivers, the Centre told the Madras high court on Tuesday.
 United States Courts Opinions: United States Court For the 7th Judicial Circuit: VINCE MULLINS, on behalf of himself and all others similarly situated, Plaintiff-Appellee. v. DIRECT DIGITAL, LLC, a Delaware Limited Liability Company
US Official News, July 29, 2015 Wednesday

 United States Courts Opinions: United States District Court Eastern District of California: Case 2:14-cv-02880-WBS-DAD
US Official News, July 29, 2015 Wednesday

 Canada: Court Of Appeal Summaries (July 20-24, 2015)
Mondaq Business Briefing, July 28, 2015 Tuesday

 Hello everyone. Below are the summaries of this week's Ontario Court of Appeal decisions. Topics covered include vicarious liability; lease assignments; setting aside default judgments; bankruptcy; contempt orders and reasonable apprehension of bias. Please feel free to share this blog with anyone whom you think would be interested. As always, we welcome your comments and feedback. Ravazzolo v. Romaniuk, 2015 ONCA 542 [Hoy A.C.J.O., Epstein and Huscroft JJ.A.]
 Canada: Does A Discharge Of A Receiver Mean Liability Of The Receiver Is At An End?
Mondaq Business Briefing, July 28, 2015 Tuesday

 A recent decision of Justice McEwen dealt with an interesting issue concerning whether a party in receivership can sue the Receiver after an order discharging the Receiver. In the case at hand (Canadian National Railway Company ("CN") and Scott Holmes ("Holmes") et al - Court File CV-08-7670-00CL citation 2015 ONSC3038), CN obtained both a Mareva Order and Anton Pillar Order against Holmes, Jennifer Lynn Flynn ("Flynn") and various corporations controlled by them. On August 26, 2008 Schonfeld Inc. ("Schonfeld") on consent was appointed as a Monitor. The Monitor's powers were set out in paragraph 2 of the Monitor Order and were primarily for managing assets of the Monitored Parties and paying legal fees and disbursement of the Monitored Parties. The Monitor's powers included:
 Court to Rule On Homeowners Application Against CMB On Oct. 19
The Guardian, July 28, 2015

 Justice Abisoye Bashua of a Lagos High Court sitting in Epe will on October 19, 2015 rule on an interlocutory application filed by Homeowners within the Pearl Garden Estate situated at Sangotedo Village in Eti-Osa Local Government Area of the state against a property developer, Oyetubo Jokotade Estate Resource Limited.
 EEOC Sues IDEX Corporation for Disability Discrimination
US Official News, July 28, 2015 Tuesday

 Entrepreneur Sues Lagos to Retain Land
This Day (Lagos), July 28, 2015

 An entrepreneur, QMB Investments Limited, in Lagos is presently battling in court to retain a piece of land that is an extension of his own plot but is designated as NEPA Reservation in a layout plan attached to the land's Certificate of Occupancy (CofO) issued by the Lagos State Government, reports Bennett Oghifo QMB Investments Limited was first served a contravention notice issued by the New Towns Development Authority (NTDA) dated 23rd April, 2013. This was followed by another notice dated 4th May, 2015 and issued by the Lagos State Government titled 'Important notice - illegal occupation of state land'. Concerned by this development, QMB Investments Limited went to a Lagos High Court and sued the New Towns Development Authority (first Defendant) and the Attorney General of Lagos State (second Defendant).
 FEDERAL COURT OF AUSTRALIA ISSUES DECISION ABOUT COLLINS HOUSE PTY LTD V GOLDEN AGE SUNRISE DEVELOPMENT
Australian Government News, July 28, 2015 Tuesday 9:50 AM EST

 SYDNEY, July 28 -- The Federal Court of Australia issued the following decision: Citation: Collins House Pty Ltd v Golden Age Sunrise Development Pty Ltd [2015] FCA 724
 FEDERAL COURT OF AUSTRALIA ISSUES DECISION ABOUT PR POLYMERS PTY LTD V MTI GROUP
Australian Government News, July 28, 2015 Tuesday 9:30 AM EST

 SYDNEY, July 28 -- The Federal Court of Australia issued the following decision: Citation: PR Polymers Pty Ltd v MTI Group Pty Ltd [2015] FCA 768
 PHILIP MORRIS: 2 Lights Cases Pending in Chile and Italy
Class Action Reporter, July 28, 2015

 Philip Morris International Inc. said in its Form 10-Q Reportfiled with the Securities and Exchange Commission on May 1, 2015,for the quarterly period ended March 31, 2015, that as of April30, 2015, there were 2 lights cases brought by individualplaintiffs pending against the Company's subsidiaries orindemnitees in Chile (1) and Italy (1), compared with 2 such caseson May 1, 2014, and 1 such case on May 1, 2013.
 PHILIP MORRIS: Parties Await Judgment in "Letourneau" Case
Class Action Reporter, July 28, 2015

 Philip Morris International Inc. said in its Form 10-Q Reportfiled with the Securities and Exchange Commission on May 1, 2015,for the quarterly period ended March 31, 2015, that in the classaction pending in Canada, Cecilia Letourneau v. Imperial TobaccoLtd., Rothmans, Benson & Hedges Inc. and JTI Macdonald Corp.,Quebec Superior Court, Canada, filed in September 1998, theCompany's subsidiary and other Canadian manufacturers aredefendants. The plaintiff, an individual smoker, is seekingcompensatory and punitive damages for each member of the class whois deemed addicted to smoking. The class was certified in 2005. InFebruary 2011, the trial court ruled that the federal governmentwould remain as a third party in the case. In November 2012, theCourt of Appeals dismissed defendants' third-party claims againstthe federal government. Trial began in March 2012 and concluded inDecember 2014. The parties now await the judgment. There is nofixed time period by which the trial court must issue itsdecision.
 PHILIP MORRIS: Parties Await Judgment in Conseil Quebecois Case
Class Action Reporter, July 28, 2015

 Philip Morris International Inc. said in its Form 10-Q Reportfiled with the Securities and Exchange Commission on May 1, 2015,for the quarterly period ended March 31, 2015, that in the classaction pending in Canada, Conseil Quebecois Sur Le Tabac Et LaSante and Jean-Yves Blais v. Imperial Tobacco Ltd., Rothmans,Benson & Hedges Inc. and JTI Macdonald Corp., Quebec SuperiorCourt, Canada, filed in November 1998, the Company's subsidiaryand other Canadian manufacturers are defendants. The plaintiffs,an anti-smoking organization and an individual smoker, are seekingcompensatory and punitive damages for each member of the class whoallegedly suffers from certain smoking-related diseases. The classwas certified in 2005. In February 2011, the trial court ruledthat the federal government would remain as a third party in thecase. In November 2012, the Court of Appeals dismissed defendants'third-party claims against the federal government. Trial began inMarch 2012 and concluded in December 2014. The parties now awaitthe judgment. There is no fixed time period by which the trialcourt must issue its decision.
 Cyprus: Asset Tracing In Cyprus
Mondaq Business Briefing, July 27, 2015 Monday

 Even in cases in which the identity of the wrongdoer or the whereabouts of the misappropriated property is unknown, there are tools available for recovery of property, or proceeds of property, which have been misappropriated from a Cyprus company or a company managed and controlled from and in Cyprus,. Tracing consists of the rules developed by common law to deal with situations where assets have been misappropriated and the wrongdoer is not in a position to compensate, or money compensation is not adequate. In Foskett v McKeown [2001] 1 AC 102, the House of Lords explained that "tracing" is the process of identifying a new asset as the substitute for the old. In other words, tracing identifies the traceable proceeds of the plaintiff's property, enabling a plaintiff to substitute the traceable proceeds of the original asset as the subject matter of the claim. Asset Tracing Tools The remedies available to victims whose assets have been misappropriated include: Norwich Parmacal orders, Bankers Trust orders, Anton-Pillar orders, Chambra orders, and the appointment of Interim Receivers. These interim relief orders are mostly done by way of ex parte applications, provided that the plaintiff can satisfy the Court that there is urgency for the ex parte issue of such an order, e.g. further alienation of the assets in question.
 Punjab-Haryana High Court Future Generali India Insurance ... vs Mahender Singh And Ors
Pakistan Law Reporter, July 27, 2015 Monday

 Punjab-Haryana: IN THE HIGH COURT OF PUNJAB AND HARYANA AT CHANDIGARH  FAO No. 1917 of 2015 (O&M) Date of Decision:- 22.07.2015  Future Generali India Insurance Co. Ltd. .....Appellant  Versus  Mahender Singh and others .....Respondents
 UK: Claims By Insolvent Companies Against Fraudulent Directors
Mondaq Business Briefing, July 27, 2015 Monday

 On 22nd April 2015, the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom gave judgment in Jetivia SA v Bilta UK Limited (in liquidation) [2015] UKSC 23. The court's decision deals with the defence of illegality and the attribution of a delinquent director's fraud to the company in the context of an action by the company's liquidators against the director and alleged co-conspirators. Although the decision on the illegality issue was ultimately unanimous, there were some marked differences of approach in the judgments, and this area of the law remains complex, with some unanswered questions. The decision also addresses the extra-territorial effect of section 213 of the Insolvency Act 1986 (the "UK Insolvency Act"). Both aspects of the decision have implications for insolvencies conducted in the British Virgin Islands (the "BVI"). Background
 United States Courts Opinions: United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit: SHARON AULT; KATHY FENDERSON; CAROL REINHARD, Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. OBERLIN COLLEGE; BON APPETIT MANAGEMENT COMPANY
US Official News, July 27, 2015 Monday

 PPG sues Chinese company
Pittsburgh Tribune Review, July 26, 2015 Sunday

 A Chinese glass company and two of its executives bought PPG's trade secrets from a disgruntled retired employee, PPG Industries Inc. claims in a federal lawsuit filed Friday against the Chinese firm and the executives.
 SpicyIP Weekly Review (19 July to 25 July)
Spicy IP, July 26, 2015 Sunday 6:30 AM EST

 Our Highlight of the Week was Rupali's post on the Delhi High Court's order in the Glenmark-Symed dispute regarding the former's 'linezolid API' drug. The Division Bench order vacated injunction granted by the Single Judge to Synoid against Glenmark, and specified the arrangement that is to be followed by the parties in the time period of the suit. She notes in her post that in light of the Symed's concessions that Glenmark's process was not identical and does not infringe on its patent, there does not seem to be any cause of action remaining in the suit. She concludes by noting that this case, and the doubt it creates regarding the other ex parte injunctions granted to Symed, is a perfect illustration of the underlying faults in the litigation process.
 ZP, Janpad CEOs asked to concentrate on dev works
Free Press Journal (India), July 25, 2015

 Ujjain : Divisional Commissioner Ravindra Pastor chaired a review meeting of Rural Development Department here on Friday and directed CEOs of Zila Panchayat (ZP) and Janpad to keep a vigilant eye on the development works. Forest department has been allotted Rs 96 lakh for the plantation in the district.
 Appeals Commission for Alberta Workers" Compensation: 2015-0562 (Re), 2015
Canadian Government News, July 24, 2015 Friday

  Appeals Commission for Alberta Workers' Compensation has issued the following decision: Appeals Commission for Alberta Workers’ Compensation Docket No.: AC0109-15-14 Decision No.: 2015-0562 Introduction [1] This is an employer’s appeal of a December 18, 2014 Dispute Resolution and Decision Review Body (DRDRB) decision. The appeal arose from the following circumstances: [1.1] A worker suffered a work-related injury involving his left shoulder on April 28, 2009. The Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB) initially accepted a left shoulder strain, and later, a partial thickness tear of the left supraspinatus tendon as compensable injuries. Following rehabilitation treatment, the worker returned to his full duties effective August 7, 2009. [1.2] On December 16, 2013 the employer requested cost relief as it contended that the worker had a pre-existing condition that prolonged the recovery period of the compensable injury. The WCB denied the request for cost relief in a January 17, 2014 decision. The employer requested a review of that decision by the DRDRB. In its December 18, 2014 decision, the DRDRB upheld the previous decision.
 British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal: Gerrard v. Olive’s Market Whistler and others, 2015 BCHRT 102
Canadian Government News, July 24, 2015 Friday

  British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal has issued the following decision: Date Issued: July 8, 2015 File: 13388 Indexed as: Gerrard v. Olive’s Market Whistler and others, 2015 BCHRT 102 IN THE MATTER OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS CODE R.S.B.C. 1996, c. 210 (as amended) AND IN THE MATTER of a complaint before the British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal
 British Virgin Islands: Directors' Duties Under Cayman Islands Law
Mondaq Business Briefing, July 24, 2015 Friday

 There is no statutory codification in the Cayman Islands of the general duties, obligations and liabilities owed by directors to Cayman companies and the general duties are based on a combination of English common law, statute and regulatory guidance. In most cases directors are responsible to the company and not, in the absence of special circumstances, to the shareholders as individuals. For these purposes as a general rule, the company is defined by reference to the interest of both present and future shareholders of the company as a whole and the consent of individual disadvantaged shareholders is not required where directors choose a particular course of action. If a company is in financial difficulty the interests of the company will also include the interests of the creditors. In other words, those with the greatest economic interest in the company at any given time (predominantly shareholders if the company is solvent and a continuing business, but predominantly creditors if it is insolvent or winding down) are the parties with reference to whom the directors' duties to the company are assessed.
 Canada: Parents Of Bullies - Your Insurer Has No Duty To Defend You!
Mondaq Business Briefing, July 24, 2015 Friday

  In the 2015 Court of Appeal decision in Unifund Assurance Company v. D.E., the issue of whether one's home insurance company has to defend their insured with regard to allegations of negligence in failing to stop their daughter from bullying, was addressed. The Court of Appeal overturned the application judge's decision and declared that Unifund does not have a duty to defend or indemnify the parents regarding the action. In this case, the parents of an alleged bully had a claim advanced against them in negligence; failure to control their daughter from bullying and causing physical and psychological damage to another classmate. The parents brought an application seeking a declaration that Unifund had a duty to defend and indemnify them. The Application Judge declared that Unifund had a duty to defend and indemnify the parents. Unifund appealed based on 2 exclusion clauses in the insurance policy.
 Failure to Disclose in California Real Estate Transactions
US Official News, July 24, 2015 Friday

 Jharkhand High Court order: W.P.(C) No.2292 of 2006
Pakistan Law Reporter, July 24, 2015 Friday

  High Court of Jharkhand has issued the following order:   .IN THE HIGH COURT OF JHARKHAND AT RANCHI---W.P.(C) No.2292 of 2006----1.Chandra Shekhar Mitra,2.Bireshwar Mitra …........ …....... ..........PetitionersBoth sons of Nadiya Bihari Mitra, residing at Hirapur, P.O. P.S.and District Dhanbad.
 Lawyers, activists disagree over INEC acting chairman
Nigerian Tribune, July 24, 2015 Friday

 THERE is no gainsaying the fact that Mrs Amina Zakari courted controversy the moment the presidency anointed her to lead the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), albeit in an acting capacity. While some Nigerians have welcomed the development, others have seen it as a breach of the constitution. The argument for and against the woman's appointment became more interesting with the expiration of Zakari's tenure as a national commissioner of INEC on Tuesday and her being asked to continue in that capacity. Professor Attahiru Jega's tenure as chairman of the electoral commission had expired in June and Zakari, a pharmacist by profession, was appointed by President Muhammadu Buhari to take over in an acting capacity, pending when a substantive chairman will be appointed for the body.
 SEC Issues Administrative Ruling on Dion Money Management, LLC
Targeted News Service, July 24, 2015 Friday 10:50 PM EST

 The Securities & Exchange Commission issued the following administrative proceeding: In the Matter of DION MONEY MANAGEMENT, LLC, Respondent. ORDER INSTITUTING ADMINISTRATIVE AND CEASE-AND- DESIST PROCEEDINGS, PURSUANT TO SECTIONS 203(e) AND 203(k) OF THE INVESTMENT ADVISERS ACT OF 1940, MAKING FINDINGS, AND IMPOSING REMEDIAL SANCTIONS AND A CEASE- AND-DESIST ORDER I. The Securities and Exchange Commission ("Commission") deems it appropriate and in the public interest that public administrative and cease-and-desist proceedings be, and hereby are, instituted, pursuant to Sections 203(e) and 203(k) of the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 ("Advisers Act"), against Dion Money Management, LLC ("DMM" or "Respondent").
 Uber facing class-action lawsuit in Ontario; Legal action seeks $410 million in damages and the closure of the UberX service
The Guelph Mercury (Ontario, Canada), July 24, 2015 Friday

 A class-action lawsuit has been filed against Uber and UberX on behalf of cab and limousine owners and drivers in Ontario. Law firm Sutts, Strosberg LLP says the suit by Dominik Konjevic, a taxicab owner and operator, has been filed as class action with the Ontario Superior Court of Justice.
 WORLD FUEL: Stay Lifted for Non-Settling Defendants in Train Case
Class Action Reporter, July 24, 2015

 World Fuel Services Corporation said in its Form 10-Q Report filedwith the Securities and Exchange Commission on April 30, 2015, forthe quarterly period ended March 31, 2015, that the stay waslifted in respect of all non-settling defendants.
 Adegboruwa Urges Court to Declare Zakari's Appointment Illegal
The Guardian, July 23, 2015

 A LAGOS lawyer and human rights crusader, Ebun-Olu Adegboruwa, has filed an action at the Federal High Court, Lagos, urging the court to declare the appointment of the acting chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Mrs. Amina Bala Zakari, as illegal and unconstitutional.
 Class-action suit filed against Uber and UberX
thespec.com, July 23, 2015 Thursday

 TORONTO - A class-action lawsuit has been filed against Uber and UberX on behalf of cab and limousine owners and drivers in Ontario. Law firm Sutts, Strosberg LLP says the suit by Dominik Konjevic, a taxicab owner and operator, has been filed as class action with the Ontario Superior Court of Justice.
 Class-action suit filed in Ontario court against Uber; Class-action lawsuit filed against Uber
Canadian Press, July 23, 2015 Thursday 03:30 PM EST

 TORONTO - A class-action lawsuit has been filed against Uber and UberX on behalf of cab and limousine owners and drivers in Ontario. Law firm Sutts, Strosberg LLP says the suit by Dominik Konjevic, a taxicab owner and operator, has been filed as class action with the Ontario Superior Court of Justice.
 FORM 8-K: PROFESSIONAL DIVERSITY NETWORK FILES CURRENT REPORT
US Fed News, July 23, 2015 Thursday 11:02 AM EST

 WASHINGTON, July 23 -- Professional Diversity Network Inc., Chicago, files Form 8-K (current report) with Securities and Exchange Commission on July 22. State or other jurisdiction of incorporation: Delaware Item 1.01. Entry into a Material Definitive Agreement. On July 16, 2015, Professional Diversity Network, Inc. (the "Company") and Matthew B. Proman, formerly the Company's Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer ("Mr. Proman"), mutually agreed that Mr. Proman would resign from his executive officer positions at the Company and would resign from the Company's board of directors. The effective date of Mr. Proman's termination was July 16, 2015. In connection with his termination, the Company and Mr. Proman entered into a Separation Agreement and Mutual Release of All Claims, dated as of July 16, 2015 (the "Separation Agreement").
 Pennsylvania State Legislature Bill: HOUSE BILL No. 1467
US Official News, July 23, 2015 Thursday

 Pipeline Safety: Pipeline Damage Prevention Programs
US Official News, July 23, 2015 Thursday

 Quebec court rules in favour of tobacco firms in initial $1.13-billion payment; Tobacco firms win decision in Quebec court
Canadian Press, July 23, 2015 Thursday 06:30 PM EST

 MONTREAL - The country's largest tobacco firms will not have to make an immediate $1-billion payment to Quebec smokers who won a landmark class-action suit. In a ruling Thursday, the Quebec Court of Appeal said it could be problematic for the companies to recoup the money if they are eventually successful in appealing a judgment ordering them to pay $15.6 billion. The initial $1.13-billion payment was due this Sunday after a judge ordered it handed over to smokers within 60 days of his ruling.
 Supreme Court of Newfoundland and Labrador, Evans v. Avalon Ford Sales (1996) Limited
Canadian Government News, July 23, 2015 Thursday

 St. John's: Supreme Court of Newfoundland and Labrador, Trial Division has issued the following decision: IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR TRIAL DIVISION (GENERAL) Citation: Evans v. Avalon Ford Sales (1996) Limited, 2015 NLTD(G) 100  Date: July 17, 2015 Docket: 201001G5064 Between:
 Uber faces class action lawsuit filed on behalf of Ontario taxi drivers
CBC News, July 23, 2015 Thursday 5:59 PM GMT

 A class-action lawsuit has been filed against Uber and UberX on behalf of cab and limousine owners and drivers in Ontario. The suit was filed with the Ontario Superior Court of Justice by law firm Sutts, Strosberg LLP.
 Worldwide: Offshore Case Digest: Bermuda, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands - Issue No. 9 - November 2014 - February 2015
Mondaq Business Briefing, July 23, 2015 Thursday

 The Offshore Case Digest offers readers a high level summary of the major commercial cases decided in Bermuda, the British Virgin Islands and the Cayman Islands between November 2014 and February 2015. Our goal is to provide a useful reference tool for clients and practitioners who are interested in the development of case law in each jurisdiction. BERMUDA PRIVY COUNCIL
 Agip MD faces contempt charge for disobeying order
SweetCrude Reports, July 22, 2015 Wednesday

 Nigeria Agip Oil Company, NAOC. 22 July 2015, Lagos –Indications have emerged that the Managing Director of Nigerian Agip Oil Company Limited, Mr. Insula Massimo, is to face committal proceeding for allegedly disobeying the order of a Federal High Court in Port Harcourt made on June 30, ordering that status quo be maintained in respect of a suit filed by Arco Group against Agip and three others.
 Agip MD to Face Contempt for Disobeying Order
This Day (Lagos), July 22, 2015

 Indications have emerged that the Managing Director of Nigerian Agip Oil Company Limited, Mr. Insula Massimo, is to face committal proceeding for allegedly disobeying the order of a Federal High Court in Port Harcourt made on June 30, ordering that status quo be maintained in respect of a suit filed by Arco Group against Agip and three others. Apart from Massimo, the Managing Director of Plantgeria, Mr. P. L. Carrodano, is also to face the committal proceeding.
 Appellate Tribunal for Electricity, New Delhi (Appellate Jurisdiction) Appeal No. 131 of 2014
Financial Law Reporter, July 22, 2015 Wednesday

  Appellate Tribunal for Electricity has issued the following order:   Appeal No. 131 of 2014 Page 1 of 40SSAppellate Tribunal for Electricity, New Delhi(Appellate Jurisdiction)Appeal No. 131 of 2014Dated:29th May, 2015Present: HON’BLE MR. JUSTICE SURENDRA KUMAR, JUDICIALMEMBERHON’BLE MR. T MUNIKRISHNAIAH, TECHNICAL MEMBER3. A.P. Eastern Power Distribution company LimitedIn the Matter of:
 Arizona: Justice Department Settles Disability Discrimination Lawsuit Against University of Michigan
US Official News, July 22, 2015 Wednesday

 Injured man videoed going to shops
Irish Examiner, July 22, 2015 Wednesday

 Jason Platt, it has been submitted, has said he can not live independently following the incident and is housebound. However, video footage taken over nine days shows him going to the shops and driving his car.
 Ontario Superior Court of Justice: Sankreacha v Cameron J. and D. Beach, 2015 ONSC 4684
Canadian Government News, July 22, 2015 Wednesday

  Ontario Superior Court of Justice has issued the following decision CITATION: Sankreacha v. Cameron J. and D. Beach, 2015 ONSC 4684 COURT FILE NO.: 11-CV-436686 MOTIONS HEARD: February 12 and October 1, 2014  and March 11, 2015SUPERIOR COURT OF JUSTICE - ONTARIO Re: Bharath Sankreacha  Plaintiff
 OSC Secures Relief for Additional VA Whistleblowers
Targeted News Service, July 22, 2015 Wednesday 12:01 AM EST

 The Office of Special Counsel issued the following news release: The U.S. Office of Special Counsel (OSC) has recently facilitated settlements for Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) whistleblowers alleging problems with patient care and other health concerns, including: Ryan Honl - Mr. Honl was a secretary in the mental health unit at the Tomah VA Medical Center in Tomah, Wisconsin. In addition to other concerns, he disclosed the alleged excessive prescription of opiates to patients. On the same day he made a disclosure to the VA Office of Inspector General, the VA stripped Mr. Honl of his job duties, locked him out of his office, and isolated him from co-workers. Shortly thereafter, he resigned. The VA and Mr. Honl settled his complaint with Mr. Honl receiving several corrective actions, including the removal of negative information from his personnel file and monetary damages.
 Pesticide Tolerances: Novaluron
US Official News, July 22, 2015 Wednesday

 REP. MICHAEL G. FITZPATRICK HOLDS A HEARING ON THE IRAN NUCLEAR DEAL AND ITS IMPACT ON TERRORISM FINANCING
CQ Transcriptions , July 22, 2015 Wednesday

 'Those Affected By Federal High Court, Industrial Court Orders in Rivers Local Council Conflict Can Choose Which to Obey' [interview]
The Guardian, July 21, 2015

 The role of each of the Nigerian courts is clearly defined by the 1999 Constitution as amended. Sub section 5(a) to (i) of Section 6 also defined the courts such that some are termed 'Superior Courts of Record'. But section 7(1) of the National Industrial Court Act 2006 provides its jurisdiction. In this interview with  , Lagos-based Senior Advocate of Nigeria,  , bares his mind on this. He also spoke on the Rivers State Local Government crisis, the ways to recover stolen funds among others.
 Couple blames CONSOL for property damage
West Virginia Record, July 21, 2015 Tuesday

 Court to Hear Land Dispute Suit Against RCCG
This Day (Lagos), July 21, 2015

 Ogun State High Court sitting in Sagamu will today hear a suit filed by United Bank of Africa (UBA) Co-orporative Multipurpose Society Ltd against the Registered Trustees of Redeemed Christ of God (RCCG) over a disputed expanse of land measuring 30.763 acres.
 FEDERAL COURT OF AUSTRALIA ISSUES DECISION ABOUT GEMINI INDUSTRIES PTY LIMITED V OCEANO BATHROOM
EKantipur.com, July 21, 2015 Tuesday 9:16 AM EST

 SYDNEY, July 21 -- The Federal Court of Australia issued the following decision: Citation: Gemini Industries Pty Limited v Oceano Bathroom Pty Limited [2015] FCA 732
 Federal Court of Australia Judgment: Gemini Industries Pty Limited v Oceano Bathroom Pty Limited [2015] FCA 732
Financial Law Reporter, July 21, 2015 Tuesday

  Federal Court of Australia has issued the following press release:  FEDERAL COURT OF AUSTRALIA Gemini Industries Pty Limited v Oceano Bathroom Pty Limited [2015] Citation:  Gemini Industries Pty Limited v Oceano Bathroom Pty Limited [2015] Parties:  GEMINI INDUSTRIES PTY LIMITED (ACN 079 297 617) and MARBLETREND PTY LIMITED (ACN 109 273 912) (RECEIVERS AND MANAGERS APPOINTED) (IN LIQUIDATION) v OCEANO BATHROOM PTY LIMITED (ACN 604 482 206), DIRECT BUILDING PRODUCTS PTY LIMITED (ACN 151 440 845), MICHAEL LEE and ROBERT WALTON File number  707 of 2015
 Japaul Oil, Agip Exploration Restrained From Transfering Funds on Hired Vessel
The Guardian, July 21, 2015

 A Federal High Court sitting in Lagos has restrained Japaul Oil & Maritime Service Plc, other defendants and their agents from transferring, paying any money standing to credit or which may incure to its benefit in the account possession of Nigerian Agip Exploration Limited through banks in respect of the Time Charter Agreement for the use and hire of the MDPL Conqueror.
 Ky. woman sues for injuries at Huntington Mall
West Virginia Record, July 21, 2015 Tuesday

 Lack of aid to accident victims: DGP summoned
Times of India (Electronic Edition), July 21, 2015 Tuesday

 The high court has summoned UP DGP on July 24 for not developing police mechanism to provide speedy compensation to road accident victims in the state.The court expressed displeasure at the DGP for not furnishing these details to the member-secretary of State Legal Services Authority in compliance of its earlier order.
 UK: (Re)Insurance Weekly Update 26 - 2015
Mondaq Business Briefing, July 21, 2015 Tuesday

 Welcome to the twenty-sixth edition of Clyde & Co's (Re)insurance and litigation caselaw weekly updates for 2015 This week's caselaw: AMEC v Morgan Sindell Court rules defendant must disclose documents from an arbitration in which the defendant was a party/pre-action protocols http://www.bailii.org/ew/cases/EWHC/TCC/2015/2012.html English law recognises that documents which are prepared for the purpose of arbitrations and copied to the arbitrators and the other party, as well as the award itself, are protected by a duty of confidentiality. That duty can be overridden, though, by an order from the English courts (as well as in other ways). In this case, the claimant, a non-party to an arbitration, sought permission from the court for disclosure of documents and information obtained by the defendants in arbitrations in which the defendants had been involved.
 Upshur Co. man accuses Allstate of contract breach
West Virginia Record, July 21, 2015 Tuesday

 VECTOR GROUP: 21 Engle Progeny Cases Resulted in Verdicts
Class Action Reporter, July 21, 2015

 Vector Group Ltd. said in its Form 10-Q Report filed with theSecurities and Exchange Commission on April 29, 2015, for thequarterly period ended March 31, 2015, that judgments have beenentered against Liggett and other industry defendants in Engleprogeny cases. A number of the judgments have been affirmed onappeal and satisfied by the defendants. As of March 31, 2015, 21Engle progeny cases where Liggett was a defendant at trialresulted in verdicts. Fourteen verdicts were returned in favor ofthe plaintiffs and seven in favor of Liggett. Excluding the Lukacscase, which was tried in 2002, seven years before the trials ofEngle progeny cases commenced, the compensatory verdicts againstLiggett have ranged from $1,000 to $3,600,000. In certain cases,the judgments entered have been joint and several with otherdefendants. In four of the cases, punitive damages were awardedagainst Liggett. Except regarding the cases where an adverseverdict was entered against Liggett and that remain on appeal,management is unable to estimate the possible loss or range ofloss from the remaining Engle progeny cases as there are currentlymultiple defendants in each case and, in most cases, discovery hasnot occurred or is limited. As a result, the Company lacksinformation about whether plaintiffs are in fact Engle classmembers (non-class members' claims are generally time-barred), therelevant smoking history, the nature of the alleged injury and the
 Williamson couple blames Appalachian Power for house fire
West Virginia Record, July 21, 2015 Tuesday

 Woman sues driver following rear-end highway collision
Madison County Record, July 21, 2015 Tuesday

 Australia: Restraint of trade update: Prevention is better than cure
Mondaq Business Briefing, July 20, 2015 Monday

 Employers often retain me to help them enforce restraint of trade clause. Issuing proceedings of this type is often a case of the horse having already bolted as Court orders only address customer solicitation in breach of a contract after it has already occurred. An injunction and compensation might be available but, by this time, the damage to the business has begun. The key when key executives and customer-facing employees are leaving your business is to act swiftly to protect your customer connection. This simple checklist is designed to get you thinking about some easy to implement strategies that may eliminate the need for you to apply for court orders:
 Class action filed against CAMC for data breach
West Virginia Record, July 20, 2015 Monday

 Contractor removes suit accusing it of abandoning project to federal court
Madison County Record, July 20, 2015 Monday

 Couple blames KRT, bus driver for wreck injuries
West Virginia Record, July 20, 2015 Monday

 Daycare worker sues King's Way Christian Church for injuries
West Virginia Record, July 20, 2015 Monday

 Diabetic lost full use of hand after mole removal surgery - Defense Verdict</p>© 2015 Dolan Media Newswires. All Rights Reserved. </p>
Virginia Lawyers Weekly, July 20, 2015 Monday

 Plaintiff, a diabetic, was referred to the defendant for diagnosis and treatment of a bleeding mole on her right index finger. Defendant diagnosed the mole as a pyogenic granuloma and excised it on June 17, 2011. Defendant did not prescribe prophylactic antibiotics immediately after surgery. Plaintiff requested antibiotics but the defendant declined and advised her that she did not need it. Plaintiff testified that less than 24 hours after surgery, on the morning of June 18, she experienced pain, redness and swelling, and she notified defendant that she was experiencing pain only. Defendant prescribed Hydrocodone, which she took without much relief. Plaintiff testified that her hand remained swollen, red and painful and on June 22, she notified the defendant that her hand was red, swollen and painful. Defendant immediately diagnosed her with an infection and prescribed oral antibiotics and additional pain medications. Defendant saw and examined her hand on June 23, and diagnosed plaintiff with early suppurative tenosynovitis and admitted her to the hospital for intravenous antibiotic therapy. She remained in hospitalized for five days and was discharged to undergo hand rehabilitation. Plaintiff underwent approximately five months of hand therapy to regain function in her hand. Plaintiff filed suit seeking $3,000,000 in compensatory damages for loss of significant use of her dominant hand due to the defendant’s alleged failure to prescribe antibiotics and failure to timely diagnose and appropriately treat the infection.
 Man accuses Lola's Pizza of wage payment violations
West Virginia Record, July 20, 2015 Monday

 MASTERCARD INC: Parties Appealed Certification Decision
Class Action Reporter, July 20, 2015

 Parties in a class action complaint against MasterCardIncorporated have appealed the certification decision, the Companysaid in its Form 10-Q Report filed with the Securities andExchange Commission on April 29, 2015, for the quarterly periodended March 31, 2015.
 MASTERCARD INC: UK Court Scheduled Trial for January 2016
Class Action Reporter, July 20, 2015

 MasterCard Incorporated said in its Form 10-Q Report filed withthe Securities and Exchange Commission on April 29, 2015, for thequarterly period ended March 31, 2015, that in April 2013, theEuropean Commission announced that it has opened proceedings toinvestigate: (1) MasterCard's interregional interchange fees thatapply when a card issued outside the EEA is used at a merchantlocation in the EEA, (2) central acquiring rules, which apply whena merchant uses the services of an acquirer established in anothercountry and (3) other business rules and practices (including the"honor all cards" rule).
 Nicholas Co. woman sues CAMC for wrongful termination
West Virginia Record, July 20, 2015 Monday

 Ohio County man's family alleges drilling on land without consent
West Virginia Record, July 20, 2015 Monday

 Part 2 of 2: Q2 2015 Net Income of C$886 Million, or C$1.10 Per Diluted Share
Market News Publishing, July 20, 2015 Monday 6:10 AM PST

 CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAY CO ("CNR-T") - Part 2 of 2: Q2-2015 Net Income of C$886 Million, or C$1.10 Per - Diluted Share Contingencies In the normal course of business, the Company becomes involved in various legal actions seeking compensatory and occasionally punitive damages, including actions brought on behalf of various purported classes of claimants and claims relating to employee and third-party personal injuries, occupational disease and property damage, arising out of harm to individuals or property allegedly caused by, but not limited to, derailments or other accidents. As at June 30, 2015, the Company had aggregate reserves for personal injury and other claims of $305 million, of which $49 million was recorded as a current liability ($298 million as at December 31, 2014, of which $48 million was recorded as a current liability).
 Software Copyright and Commissioned works
Spicy IP, July 20, 2015 Monday 6:30 AM EST

 In a recent case of Exegesis v Medimanage, the Bombay High Court considered the question of copyright over commissioned works in the context of software. The Plaintiff had developed a customised software for use in the insurance broking business of the Defendant, at the Defendant's behest. The Plaintiff claimed that it owns the copyright in this software as the author of the same. Moreover, the Plaintiff contended that the Defendant is only entitled to the software which was developed for it and not the source code underlying this software. Additionally, the Plaintiff contended that the Defendant, using the pretext of load testing, obtained the source code of the software and is now attempting to disclose and share in them. This, the Plaintiff submitted, is a breach of confidentiality. Therefore, the Plaintiff prayed for an interlocutory injunction citing copyright infringement and breach of confidence.
 Woman accuses Thomas Memorial Hospital of retaliation
West Virginia Record, July 20, 2015 Monday

 Can employers legally prevent their ex-employees from working for a competitor?
South Wales Argus, July 19, 2015 Sunday

 Jeremy Clarkson, who was publicly removed from his role as controversial Top Gear presenter by the BBC in March, has been making the news again as a result of his high profile sacking.
 ALTRIA GROUP: Trial to Commence in Q1 2016 in Vassallo Case
Class Action Reporter, July 17, 2015

 Altria Group, Inc., said in its Form 10-Q Report filed with theSecurities and Exchange Commission on April 23, 2015, for thequarterly period ended March 31, 2015, that UST LLC ("UST") and/orits tobacco subsidiaries has been named in a number of otherindividual tobacco and health suits over time. Plaintiffs'allegations of liability in these cases are based on varioustheories of recovery, such as negligence, strict liability, fraud,misrepresentation, design defect, failure to warn, breach ofimplied warranty, addiction and breach of consumer protectionstatutes. Plaintiffs seek various forms of relief, includingcompensatory and punitive damages, and certain equitable relief,including but not limited to disgorgement. Defenses raised inthese cases include lack of causation, assumption of the risk,comparative fault and/or contributory negligence, and statutes oflimitations. USSTC is currently named in one such action inFlorida (Vassallo). In December 2014, the court entered ascheduling order setting trial to commence in the first quarter of2016.
 Calcutta High Court order: APOT No. 196 of 2015
Pakistan Law Reporter, July 17, 2015 Friday

  Calcutta High Court has issued the following order: APOT No. 196 of 2015GA No. 1547 of 2015GA No. 1582 of 2015WithCS No. 40 of 2015IN THE HIGH COURT AT CALCUTTACivil Appellate JurisdictionORIGINAL SIDESRI ARUN KUMAR JAGATRAMKAVersusCOECLERICI ASIA (PTE.) LIMITED BEFORE: The Hon'ble CHIEF JUSTICE MRS. MANJULA CHELLUR
 Court Grants Community's Demand to Use Disputed Praying Ground
The Guardian, July 17, 2015

 RELIEF came the way of the Muslim community of Ayobo and its environs over the Eid praying ground allegedly sold by one Alhaji Abu Kazeem Iginla as the Lagos High Court sitting in Ikeja restrained him (Iginla) and his privies to allow the community use the land for prayers today in celebration of end of Ramadan fasting.
 Dermatology procedure results in extra fallout when man faints, falls from table
West Virginia Record, July 17, 2015 Friday

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