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Noncompete lawsuit can go forward (access required)

An insurance company is the hands-down winner in a preliminary challenge to its noncompete agreement with a regional manager, as a federal judge turned away every defense offered by the former manager. The Aug. 11 opinion by U.S. District Judge ...

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Arbitration clause catches nonsignatories (access required)

A government contractor and its corporate officers can force arbitration of claims under a government subcontract, even though some of the corporate defendants did not sign the contract. Fairfax Circuit Judge Randy I. Bellows said the defendants who did not ...

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Lawyers in the News (access required)

Jeanne E. Floyd has joined the law firm of Troutman Sanders LLP as an associate in its compensation and employee benefits practice group in Richmond. Floyd was previously an associate with Williams Mullen. Her practice focuses on all aspects of ...

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Pardon by Kaine leads to deportation delay (access required)

A Newport News woman who faced deportation Thursday for a decade-old crime has received a one-year extension a day after being pardoned by Gov. Timothy M. Kaine. Kathryn Anne Ingleson, 31, found out Wednesday that U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement ...

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