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No Claims under Carmack Amendment, No Indemnity (access required)

The 4th Circuit reverses a district court’s judgment ordering indemnity and contribution for a third-party broker against defendant carrier Daily Express Inc., after plaintiff Dominion Resource Services won damages from broker 5K Logistics Inc. for property that fell from the ...

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Proposal to limit access for pro se efilers (access required)

Pro se parties would not have remote access to court records in an electronically filed case under rule changes proposed by the Advisory Committee on Rules of Court of the Judicial Council of Virginia. Access still would be available, for ...

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Waste not

Here’s the scoop on the poop. The dog poop case in Fairfax, that is. In Fairfax yesterday, a woman charged with violating a county pooper-scooper ordinance was found not guilty by a jury after a day-long trial. Why did this ...

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Waste not

Here’s the scoop on the poop. The dog poop case in Fairfax, that is. In Fairfax yesterday, a woman charged with violating a county pooper-scooper ordinance was found not guilty by a jury after a day-long trial. Why did this ...

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That was then, this is now

You might read this item, recall your own misspent undergraduate days and be glad you applied to law school in the pre-Facebook era. A whole lot of law school admissions officials have been going online to review their applicants’ digital ...

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All the news that’s fit to tweet

Random tweets from Twitter, collected during the past week: Notes on domestic relations, from @qwertying: I just read last year 4,153,237 ppl got married. I don’t want to start any trouble, but shouldn’t that be an even number? Deep thoughts, ...

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