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Civil Procedure – Complaint – Lawyer Signature – No Virginia License (access required)

A Virginia lawyer may not validly authorize a lawyer licensed elsewhere, but not in Virginia, to sign the Virginia lawyer’s name to a pleading, and because the defect may not be cured by amendment, the Supreme Court upholds dismissal of an auto-accident personal injury complaint that was not signed by a pro se plaintiff or ...

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