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4th Circuit’s Judge Williams steps down (access required)

Karen J. Williams, the chief judge of the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, has retired because of illness. Williams, 57, notified the White House of her retirement last Wednesday, according to a 4th Circuit spokesman who would not elaborate ...

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No TRO for broker’s client contacts (access required)

A broker who jumped ship defeated his former employer’s effort to keep him from contacting clients who might want to switch their accounts in a June 13 decision from the U.S. District Court in Norfolk. Bank of America Investment Services ...

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Virginia Beach rethinks plans after FAA input (access required)

VIRGINIA BEACH—Virginia Beach is rethinking plans for a new convention-center hotel and other Oceanfront-area projects after the Federal Aviation Administration told city officials that structures taller than 110 feet would obstruct its surveillance radar. The FAA has recommended against building ...

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