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Monthly Archives: July 2011

Eastern Shore lawyers catch waves before work

One of the advantages of a practice near the shore is the opportunity to turn an early morning workout into a surfin’ safari. Some lawyers from Ocean City, Md., skip the golf course and head for the breakers for companionship ...

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Engineering Firm Collects Fees for Site Plan (access required)

An engineering firm that did not have correct information and failed to site defendant’s Louisa County tire recycling plant in the service area for Dominion Virginia Power, can collect $18,160 in attorney’s fees after its successful mechanic’s lien action to ...

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Powell, McClanahan likely for Supreme Court

Virginia Court of Appeals Judges Cleo E. Powell and Elizabeth A. McClanahan appear to be set to move up to the Supreme Court of Virginia under an agreement between House Democrats and Senate Republicans. The General Assembly will convene Friday ...

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Quoits … the ‘old golf’ (access required)

How did lawyers socialize years ago? During the late 18th century in the Richmond area, U.S. Chief Justice John Marshall and his contemporaries partook in the social game of quoits. This traditional game of skill required tossing a brass or ...

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