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Hunton gears up to provide advice on financial crisis

Richmond-based Hunton & Williams LLP is among the major law firms looking for business opportunities from the collapse of credit and stock markets. It has formed what it calls a Financial Industry Recovery Group with lawyers experienced in all areas ...

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Hunton gears up to provide advice on financial crisis

Richmond-based Hunton & Williams LLP is among the major law firms looking for business opportunities from the collapse of credit and stock markets. It has formed what it calls a Financial Industry Recovery Group with lawyers experienced in all areas ...

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July 2008 Bar Exam Results (access required)

Editor’s Note: Below are the names of the successful candidates who sat for the July 2008 Virginia bar examination. Of the 1,456 applicants who took the exam, 1,163 passed, for a pass rate of 79.7 percent. Congratulations! A James Esten ...

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Welcome worn out

It takes a lot to try the patience of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit. A persistent pro se litigant who used his pauper status to file multiple lawsuits and appeals without paying any filing fees has ...

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New York judge vents

William H. Pauley III, a federal judge in New York City, didn’t like the case of BrandAid Marketing Corp. v. Cyberian Enterprises Ltd. or the lawyers, one of them  from Richmond, who tried it. He ruled initially in 2005 that ...

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New York judge vents

William H. Pauley III, a federal judge in New York City, didn’t like the case of BrandAid Marketing Corp. v. Cyberian Enterprises Ltd. or the lawyers, one of them  from Richmond, who tried it. He ruled initially in 2005 that ...

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Wills & Trusts – Real Estate – ‘Sold’ – Closing After Death

A parcel is not “sold” under the terms of a woman’s will where she entered into a contract to sell the parcel seven months before she died, but the sale did not close until after her death, a Norfolk Circuit ...

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Vick will plead to state dog charges

Michael Vick, professional quarterback and amateur dog trainer, looks to be smoothing his path to re-entry into the football business. Documents in the Surry County courthouse indicate that Vick will plead guilty to his new state dog fighting charges.  Resolution ...

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