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New Order Can’t Correct ‘Accidental’ Language (access required)

A homeowners association suing a noncompliant owner can’t get a second default judgment with an injunction, after the first order included, “by accident,” language stating the owner was in compliance; a Fairfax Circuit Court says the earlier order was final ...

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Small-firm wellness could pay off… (access required)

Wellness is all the rage with large-scale American employers today, but it’s largely ignored at smaller companies and law firms. The rationale is that small firms pay “pooled rates” for health insurance — rates determined by age, industry, family size ...

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Roanoke Bar honors Henry Woodward (access required)

Henry L. Woodward will receive the 2011 Frank W. “Bo” Rogers Jr. Lifetime Achievement Award from the Roanoke Bar Association at its Law Day luncheon on May 2. Lauren M. Ellerman will be recognized as the 2011 Young Lawyer of ...

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Blatt, Hopper to gain honors from VSB (access required)

Franklin R. Blatt, a family law attorney from Harrisonburg , and Lelia Baum Hopper, the Supreme Court of Virginia staff member who oversees child dependency issues for the court, will receive awards from the Family Law Section of the Virginia ...

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Holocaust Museum to screen films about Eichmann trial (access required)

The Virginia Holocaust Museum will show three documentary films this week about Adolph Eichmann, a principal organizer of the murder of millions of Jews in Nazi concentration camps before and during World War II. “The Trial of Adolph Eichmann,” which ...

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House of Delegates clerk dies

Bruce F. Jamerson, clerk of the House of Delegates for the past 20 years, has died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. His body was found about 2:30 a.m. today along a path near the river at Watkins Landing in Powhatan ...

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