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Notice of Settlement? (access required)

Stephen T. Conrad’s legacy may be a requirement that insurance companies notify Virginia claimants when they send settlement funds to the claimants’ lawyers. But Conrad’s former clients are unlikely to recoup most of their losses from his larcenous practices. Conrad ...

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Hauler, Finch face scrutiny (access required)

Correction: Virginia Lawyers Weekly incorrectly reports that Supreme Court Justice LeRoy F. Millette Jr. and Court of Appeals Judge Cleo E. Powell were elected to full terms last week. Millette and Powell were among a group of about 60 judges ...

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Med-mal plaintiffs get flexibility (access required)

A plaintiff suing over the death of a family member now has more flexibility in advancing his claim against medical providers based on a new ruling from the Supreme Court of Virginia. The Jan. 16 decision addresses a lawsuit that ...

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Obituaries (access required)

Charles W. Gunn Jr. Charles W. “Bunny” Gunn Jr., a retired Lexington attorney best known as advocate for the mentally disabled during 15 years in the House of Delegates, died Jan. 13. He was 86. A native of Tallahassee, Fla., ...

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