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VSB Disciplinary Actions (access required)

On April 14, the Virginia State Bar Disciplinary Board suspended the law license of R. Max Jenkins of Radford on impairment grounds.

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From Atlanta to the Great White North

Georgia-based Troutman Sanders is looking for opportunity north of the border.  The firm has announced formation of a 19-member “Canadian practice team” to be led by Virginia Beach partner Tom Rose. Apparently, no Canadian office is planned, but Troutman hopes ...

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From Atlanta to the Great White North

Georgia-based Troutman Sanders is looking for opportunity north of the border.  The firm has announced formation of a 19-member “Canadian practice team” to be led by Virginia Beach partner Tom Rose. Apparently, no Canadian office is planned, but Troutman hopes ...

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Judicial evaluations not so dead?

Despite the word from Chief Justice Leroy Hassell that the Supreme Court’s judicial evaluation program is in a “winding up” status, the chief says he still wants my opinion. That is to say, I have received another letter over Hassell’s ...

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Supreme Court holds two cases

The Supreme Court of Virginia did not issue opinions today in two of the most closely watched cases from its February session – the attorney general’s contention that a judge lacked the authority to commute a the death penalty of ...

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Supreme Court holds two cases

The Supreme Court of Virginia did not issue opinions today in two of the most closely watched cases from its February session – the attorney general’s contention that a judge lacked the authority to commute a the death penalty of ...

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Identity theft on the rise in Hampton Roads

In Hampton Roads, more people are being cleaned out by thieves who learn the victims’ personal data. The Daily Press reports that identity theft complaints jumped 16 percent in a year in the Virginia Beach/Norfolk/Newport News metropolitan area. There were ...

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Robert Hall is lawyer for Virginia Tech families

Reston lawyer Robert T. Hall is the author of the two $10 million wrongful death lawsuits filed against Virginia Tech officials on behalf of families of two victims of the shootings there in 2007.  The lawsuits were filed yesterday, the ...

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