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Child support collection is up

Economic stimulus money means more opportunities for enforcement of child support obligations. Virginia collected more than $639 million in child-support payments in the past 12 months, up $10 million from the previous year, reports the Richmond Times-Dispatch. In many cases, ...

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State bar to have a surplus (access required)

Holding a meeting of the Virginia State Bar Executive Committee at the VSB headquarters in Richmond rather than in Arlington with a dinner and overnight stay for committee members and bar staff. Providing materials for its free continuing legal education ...

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Investor can sue bank for fraud (access required)

An investor that alleged it was misled about risks when it purchased a restaurant loan gets to pursue its fraud claims against the bank that sold the loan pursuant to a contract, an Alexandria federal judge has ruled. U.S. District ...

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Lawyers in the News (access required)

New Associations David O. Williamson has become a member of the Roanoke law firm of Brumberg, Mackey & Wall. Ethan G. Ostroff has joined the Virginia Beach office of Troutman Sanders as an associate. Elizabeth G. Hester and Drew W. ...

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Obituaries (access required)

William M. Phillips William M. Phillips, a former Lynchburg city attorney and a founding member of Local Government Attorneys of Virginia Inc., died July 9. He was 75. Mr. Phillips was born in Church Road and held degrees from the ...

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