An Arlington jury has returned a $1.5 million verdict for a woman who alleged that she suffered a stroke because a physician was negligent in providing in vitro fertilization therapy. At the time of the stroke in November 2008, the ...Read More »
Monthly Archives: May 2011
A Baltimore judge wants answers about signatures on foreclosure documents, and a Virginia law firm was summoned into court. Tough questions about the origin and authenticity of questionable signatures on foreclosure documents continued for a third consecutive day in Baltimore ...
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The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has released the names of the panel set to hear oral arguments this morning in two Virginia cases that ruled on constitutional challenges to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. The judges ...Read More »
On April 21, Martin Ray Johnson surrendered his license to practice law rather than contest an allegation that he had failed to act with reasonable diligence and promptness in representing a client. Johnson did not appear for a jury trial ...Read More »
Marvin C. Bowling Jr., the retired general counsel, president and chief operating officer of Lawyers Title Insurance Corporation, died April 28. He was 83. A native of Henderson, N.C., Mr. Bowling was a graduate of Hampden-Sydney College and the Washington ...Read More »
Robert E. Lee, a retired Richmond tax attorney, died April 30. He was 68. A native of Philadelphia, Mr. Lee graduated from St. John’s University and Harvard Law School. He began his legal career as an attorney with the Internal ...Read More »