One of last year’s fiercest lobbying battles in the General Assembly has been one-sided so far this time around. Domestic relations attorneys, with the support of the Virginia Bar Association and the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association, are determined to get ...Read More »
Monthly Archives: January 2008
A tourism PR director who says he was fired for sending e-mails to various state officials cannot sue those officials for his termination, the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said yesterday in ruling on the director’s civil rights suit. ...Read More »
Virginians don’t trust our court system as much as they trust medical professionals. But they still trust the courts more than “the media.” These are some of the findings of a telephone survey of 1,100 randomly selected Virginia residents released ...Read More »
Two judges who were appointed when Republicans controlled the General Assembly appear to face an uphill battle for second terms. Legislators insist, however, that performance, not politics, is the issue. Democrats took control of the Senate in the November election. ...Read More »
Richmond lawyer E. Duncan Getchell Jr. has acknowledged the obvious and asked President George W. Bush to withdraw his nomination to the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. Bush nominated Getchell in September to fill the vacancy created by the ...
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