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Daily Archives: May 12, 2008

Chapter 4: Verdicts and Settlements

Virginia Lawyers Weekly provides a unique and valuable service for litigators who want to know how much their cases might be worth for trial or settlement – our weekly Verdicts & Settlements report feature. Lawyers send in V&S Reports to ...

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Harrisonburg treasurer drama winds down

In Harrisonburg, the scene has shifted from what was to what will be for the city treasurer’s office. The embattled former treasurer, Rebecca Neal, resigned on Friday after pleading guilty to misusing public funds. Now, the Daily News Record reports, ...

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Contract – Attorney’s Fees – Indemnity (access required)

A plaintiff power company who settled its suit with defendant LLC is entitled to attorney’s fees under the terms of the parties’ contract, an Alexandria Circuit Court holds. I find defendant Utiliquest LLC is obligated to pay reasonable attorney’s fees ...

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Contract – Tortious Interference – Conspiracy – Restaurant Music (access required)

In this litigation between a restaurant owner and a developer and contractor who allegedly interfered with the restaurant’s operations because of construction noise and dust, and who allegedly made too much noise with loud music for the condo owners who ...

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Contract – Tortious Interference – Conspiracy – Restaurant Music (access required)

In this litigation between a restaurant owner and a developer and contractor who allegedly interfered with the restaurant’s operations because of construction noise and dust, and who allegedly made too much noise with loud music for the condo owners who ...

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Tort – Trespass – Tortious Interference – Conspiracy – Restaurant Music (access required)

In this litigation between a restaurant owner and a developer and contractor who allegedly interfered with the restaurant’s operations because of construction noise and dust, and who allegedly made too much noise with loud music for the condo owners who ...

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Municipal – Delinquent Tax Collection – Negligence – Immunity (access required)

A city treasurer has qualified immunity from a suit alleging negligence in the collection of delinquent real estate taxes, a Norfolk Circuit Court rules. Plaintiff alleges he owns real estate known as “Lot 27, Block 11” on West 42nd Street, ...

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Criminal – Gaming Department – Subpoena (access required)

A defendant who served as treasurer of the Phoebus Athletic League, which was under investigation by the Virginia Department of Charitable Gaming, and who refused to accept in hand a subpoena requiring her appearance to give testimony and produce record ...

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