…on the cell phone anyway, if the Virginia Senate gets its way. If you’ve ever been out on the road and seen a car come at you driven by (1) a distracted teenager or (2) a distracted mom in a ...Read More »
Monthly Archives: February 2010
A Florida judge said he plans to slash a $300 million verdict against Philip Morris, calling the jury award to a former smoker "excessive" and "shocking." Broward Circuit Judge Jeffrey Streitfeld indicated Friday that he would reduce the award, according ...
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A series of bills that the judicial system regards as an intrusion on its turf cleared their first legislative hurdle yesterday when they were reported out of the judicial systems subcommittee of House Courts of Justice Committee. The legislation would ...Read More »
(AP) Abortion-rights advocates have been unable to halt the “Choose Life” license plate variations in nearly two-dozen states, so now they’re working to balance the bumper debate. Activists are pushing a “Trust Women/Respect Choice” license plate in Virginia, which would ...
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In this litigation revolving around a written contract for several projects relating to an apartment building project, a Richmond Circuit Court will allow contract claims to go forward against the corporate defendants and tort claims against individual defendants, but sustains ...Read More »