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Plaintiffs on a roll in Campbell County

Claims handlers take note: Juries have grown generous for personal injury plaintiffs in Campbell County. The county has seen six straight plaintiffs’ verdicts, Circuit Judge John T. Cook told the Lynchburg Bar Association Wednesday. The total of the verdicts was ...

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Plaintiffs on a roll in Campbell County

Claims handlers take note: Juries have grown generous for personal injury plaintiffs in Campbell County. The county has seen six straight plaintiffs’ verdicts, Circuit Judge John T. Cook told the Lynchburg Bar Association Wednesday. The total of the verdicts was ...

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Slander of Title Claim Barred After Two Years (access required)

In this first-impression case, a Fairfax Circuit Court applies a two-year statute of limitations to a claim for slander of title and dismisses as time-barred a woman’s claim against Wells Fargo based on her husband’s alleged forgery of her signature ...

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Nevermore?

Frederick Bouchat has been fighting the NFL’s Baltimore Ravens for a long time. The team moved from Cleveland to Charm City in 1996; for the first three seasons in Baltimore, the logo on the team helmets was a “Flying B” ...

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Sharon Nelson to be VSB’s new president-elect

Sharon Nelson, a Fairfax lawyer and president of a computer forensics and information security company, will be the Virginia State Bar’s new president-elect. Nelson filed her petition for the post at the VSB’s annual meeting in Virginia Beach this past ...

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Virginia high court resurrects Rules of Evidence (access required)

Virginia’s code of evidence emerged from the shadows and came blinking into the sunlight yesterday. The Supreme Court of Virginia has approved “Virginia Rules of Evidence,” clearing the way for enactment of a state code of evidence during the 2012 ...

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