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Domestic Relations – Travel Expenses, But Not Condo

A father gets a break on child support for visitation travel expenses from New York to Virginia, but a Fairfax Circuit Court refuses to order a deviation for the cost of the condo the dad purchased. Powers v. Powers (Fairfax ...

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February 2009 Virginia Bar Exam results (access required)

A Bobbette Deborah Abraham, Virginia Beach; Stephen Perrow Adamson Jr., Wilson, Wyo.; Matthew Donald Aichele, Washington; Victoria Lee Allen, Glen Allen; Michael Thomas Andersen, Arlington; Benjamin Martin Andrews, Midlothian; John Samuel Applin, Spotsylvania; Alexander Hamilton Ayers, Richmond B John Matthew ...

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Search & Seizure – Tossed Keys Not ‘Consent’

A defendant who told an officer he could search the car trunk, then tossed his car keys to the officer and left the door open as he exited the vehicle, did not consent to search of the car interior, the ...

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VSB Council members chosen

The results are in from the elections for Virginia State Bar Council. In the contested elections: I. Lionel Hancock III defeated incumbent Mary G. Commander by three votes, 178 to 175, in Norfolk. Incumbents W. David Harless, John T. Sharer ...

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VSB Council members chosen

The results are in from the elections for Virginia State Bar Council. In the contested elections: I. Lionel Hancock III defeated incumbent Mary G. Commander by three votes, 178 to 175, in Norfolk. Incumbents W. David Harless, John T. Sharer ...

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UR student wins VWAA stipend

Law Day had a happy ending for one law student at the close of a Law Day program that pitted Hollywood against “reality.” University of Richmond law student Tiffany Ford, pictured at right, is the winner of the first annual public-interest ...

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Municipal – Letter Of Credit – Developer Project – Limitations

A county loses its suit for collection on a letter of credit issued by defendant bank in 1990 to cover site work that developers never completed, as it is unreasonable for the county to issue its demand 17 years after ...

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The Chinese Drywall Stink: Sulphurous sheetrock prompts lawsuits in Virginia (access required)

Plywood back in the 1990s. Artificial stucco earlier this decade. And now smelly Chinese drywall is the latest faulty building material to prompt angry and worried homeowners to sue builders, contractors…anyone they can. Litigation over allegedly contaminated Chinese-made drywall is ...

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