A former Regent student suspended for mocking school founder Pat Robertson loses his free speech lawsuit against the university, reports the Associated Press.
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The Daily Press reports more than 400 people crowded the Hampton courthouse for a ceremonial swearing in for new Circuit Judge Bonnie L. Jones.Read More »
Former Virginia Lt. Gov. Don Beyer, a major donor to the Obama campaign, has been rewarded with the ambassadorship to Switzerland, reports The Washington Times.Read More »
A Springfield GM dealership dodged a bullet when GM decided not to let a competitor into the Springfield dealer’s turf, but GM doesn’t owe attorney’s fees under the Dealer Franchise Act because GM dropped the planned move before a decision ...Read More »
A wife can keep $65,000 for husband’s drinking, adultery and verbal abuse, but the Court of Appeals reversed awards to wife of $75,000 for a capital loss credit, $15,786 for half of a bank account, $50,000 for “dissipation of assets,” ...Read More »
A sales rep for a government tech supplier can sue for her alleged 19-percent commission on million-dollar contracts for sales of Blackberrys and computer monitors, even though she did not attach contract documents to her complaint; an Alexandria U.S. District ...Read More »
The Associated Press has declared Creigh Deeds the winner of the Democratic primary to nominate the party’s candidate for governor. Deeds will square off against Republican Bob McDonnell in the November election. Deeds, a state senator from Bath County, defeated ...
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Virginia Lawyers Weekly is now accepting nominations for the 2009 class of “Leaders in the Law.” This program, now in its fourth year, recognizes attorneys and professionals in law-related fields who have a significant accomplishment or achievement. We aim to ...Read More »