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No Constitutional Claim for Toll Road Commuters (access required)

Drivers on Dulles Toll Road unhappy about paying increased tolls have no standing to sue the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, and the Alexandria U.S. District Court dismisses their suit that challenges the tolls as an illegal “tax.” Plaintiffs claim they ...

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W&M Dean gets NCSC award

The National Center for State Courts has named Davison M. Douglas, dean of the College of William and Mary law school, a recipient of its 2010 Distinguished Service Award for contributions to the judiciary. The center cited Douglas’ contribution as ...

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W&M Dean gets NCSC award

The National Center for State Courts has named Davison M. Douglas, dean of the College of William and Mary law school, a recipient of its 2010 Distinguished Service Award for contributions to the judiciary. The center cited Douglas’ contribution as ...

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Norfolk jury hits Verizon with $115-million verdict

A federal jury Tuesday found Verizon infringed patents for video-on-demand technology, delivering a big-dollar victory for a small tech company founded by a Virginia Beach man. “We’re ecstatic,” one company lawyer told The Virginian-Pilot. The jury had been hearing testimony ...

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