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Monthly Archives: March 2007

Rehearings Granted (access required)

On March 13, 2007, the Virginia Court of Appeals granted rehearing en banc in Travelers Property Cas. Co. of American v. Ely (VLW 007-7-033), Record No. 1056-06-1. The published panel opinion of Feb. 6 held that an insurance carrier who ...

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Chuck Rosenberg’s new part-time job

Although no one here in the Old Dominion got the ax, the U.S. Attorney firings story now has a local angle: Attorney General Alberto Gonzales yesterday appointed Chuck Rosenberg, the U.S. Attorney in the Eastern District of Virginia, as his ...

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A law firm’s worst nightmare?

U.S. Attorney John Brownlee and Attorney General Bob McDonnell made a joint announcement this morning that may strike fear in just about any law office…or at least send lawyers scurrying to check their internal procedures. A woman who was a ...

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In Memoriam: Thomas Mason

Thomas Mason served in the Navy during World War II with a young Bostonian named John F. Kennedy. In 1962, when he was in the White House and there was opening in the U.S. Attorney’s post in Roanoke, Kennedy named ...

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