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Saxman surprises voters by dropping out of race

Del. Chris Saxman, R-Staunton, abruptly announced today he is withdrawing from his bid for re-election to the House.  According to newspapers in Staunton and Harrisonburg, Republicans expect to nominate Staunton councilman Richard P. “Dickie” Bell to take Saxman’s place on ...

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Tech savvy lawyers using two screens

Lawyers attending the solo and small firm forum in Abingdon this week got an earful of tech tips from those traveling IT evangelists from Sensei Enterprises.  A recurring theme: lawyers who try using two monitor screens at their desk never ...

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‘No boys with cars’ case reversed

A parent who heard the dad of her daughter’s 14-year-old friend expressly say, “No boys with cars,” must face a wrongful death claim filed by the girl’s estate, the Supreme Court of Virginia said today. The dad, Michael Kellermann, sued ...

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Credit card crime is on the rise

The Alexandria Gazette Packet reports the increasing use of credit cards instead of cash presents new opportunities for crooks.

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Credit card crime is on the rise

The Alexandria Gazette Packet reports the increasing use of credit cards instead of cash presents new opportunities for crooks.

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Employment – Defamation Claim Advances (access required)

Even though a former bank employee does not have a copy of a supervisor’s alleged e-mail telling coworkers the employee had been terminated for abandoning her position, the employee can try her defamation claim supported by a former coworker’s testimony ...

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