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Supreme Court sets November argument docket (access required)

The Supreme Court of Virginia will hear arguments on Nov. 1 on whether trial courts in Norfolk and Alexandria properly used extraordinary writs to provide relief for immigrants who otherwise would have been deported because of misdemeanor convictions. Each defendant ...

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Do you speak “textish”?

When it comes to representing a diverse clientele, cultural differences and styles of communication come into play. Richmond lawyer Charles M. Allen has a good handle on what it takes to represent a range of clients. Allen started out doing ...

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A message to Virginia Lawyers Weekly subscribers

A message from the Publisher: The Virginia Lawyers Weekly website has been upgraded to add new features to our Account Center. These changes will allow you to manage your access to our online news content, and to update your subscription ...

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Tort – FTCA – Medical Malpractice – Settlement (access required)

A woman who settled her medical malpractice case alleging she contracted Hepatitis C from a blood transfusion administered during an unauthorized medical procedure at a government medical facility, cannot sue for an alleged breach of her settlement agreement with the ...

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Contract – Sports Agent – Nike Contract – Arbitration (access required)

An Alexandria U.S. District Court upholds an arbitration award that gives a professional track star’s sports agent, who negotiated a Nike contract for her, $264,000 in damages, $13,686.50 in attorney’s fees and $2,150 in filing fees. The arbitration clause within ...

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Taxation – Tax Evasion – False Statements – Electrical Contractor (access required)

An electrical contractor can be prosecuted for making false statements and concealing assets in violation of 26 IRC § 7201 for failure to pay a tax penalty for payroll taxes and making false statements in his offer-to-compromise; an Alexandria U.S. ...

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Intellectual Property – Event Planning Websites – ‘Reverse Passing Off’ (access required)

Cvent, an event planning website, can sue competitor Eventbrite for allegedly using a computer engineer to “scrape” data from Cvent’s website and repackage it for its own use; an Alexandria U.S. District Court says Cvent has stated a Lanham Act ...

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