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Waiver proposal leads bill of fare at Boyd-Graves (access required)

Waivers of personal jurisdiction are supposed to be “knowing and intentional.” But Virginia circuit courts do not follow a uniform practice in applying that standard, according to members of the Boyd-Graves Conference. Some courts have held that a defendant has waived jurisdiction when he or an attorney merely shows up at a hearing, McLean lawyer ...

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