U.S. District Judge Glen M. Williams will retire next week after 34 years on the bench, according to the Associated Press . Williams was appointed to the district court by President Gerald Ford in 1976. He took senior status in ...Read More »
Monthly Archives: January 2010
J.D. Salinger, the notoriously reclusive author of “The Catcher in the Rye,” died Wednesday at the age of 91. “Catcher” shows up on many lists of great books of the 20th century. I remember reading it one summer when I ...Read More »
A real estate agency is not vicariously liable for a $36 million judgment entered against its affiliated broker whose car struck a German couple riding a motorcycle in Fauquier County in 2005. Although broker Charles Ebbets was on his way ...Read More »
(Updated 1/29/10 10:10 a.m.)“One black mark” that R. Louis Harrison Jr. acknowledged did not keep him from being elected as a juvenile and domestic relations district judge in Bedford. The black mark was his involvement in the D-Day Memorial Foundation ...Read More »
Employers could be required to provide language translators when necessary for injured workers to receive needed medical care under a recent opinion from the Workers’ Compensation Commission. In an issue of apparent first impression, the Virginia Workers’ Compensation Commission has ...Read More »
A Norfolk state court judge hearing 65 Chinese drywall lawsuits has rejected motions to disqualify the plaintiffs’ lawyer and move some of the cases to other courts. Norfolk lawyer Richard Serpe can continue to represent both class action plaintiffs and ...
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