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Boyd Graves: ‘What’s up with mandatory arbitration?’ (access required)

ALEXANDRIA—Plaintiff’s lawyers have complained about mandatory arbitration clauses in consumer contracts for years, but it’s a little unusual to hear defense lawyers take up the charge. That’s what happened at the Oct. 28 annual meeting of the Boyd Graves Conference. ...

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Case involving above-knee amputation settled – $1,400,000 Settlement (access required)

The plaintiff was a 62-year-old woman who sustained a right tibial plateau fracture in a fall. She was admitted to the defendant hospital where she underwent a fracture repair by the defendant surgeon. Overnight, on post-operative day two, the patient ...

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Suit claiming surgery too soon after medication fails – Defense Verdict (access required)

Plaintiff was scheduled to undergo percutaneous nephrostomy (PCN) by the defendant, an interventional radiologist. The purpose of the PCN was to provide plaintiff’s urologist access to the left kidney for calculus removal. Plaintiff had a significant past medical history, including ...

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Plaintiff sought $25K for rearender, gets $65K – $65,000 Verdict (access required)

This accident occurred on March 24, 2009, at 12:35 p.m., at the intersection of Wagner Road and Medical Park Boulevard in Petersburg. It was a rear-end accident and the defendant admitted liability. The plaintiff was transported by ambulance to Southside ...

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Jamie Barber honored as Pro Bono Volunteer of 2011

Richmond lawyer Jamie Barber has been recognized as the Pro Bono Clearinghouse Volunteer of 2011 by the Greater Richmond Bar Foundation. Barber, a corporate finance associate at Hunton & Williams, has handled 11 different matters for the bar foundation since ...

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Jamie Barber honored as Pro Bono Volunteer of 2011

Richmond lawyer Jamie Barber has been recognized as the Pro Bono Clearinghouse Volunteer of 2011 by the Greater Richmond Bar Foundation. Barber, a corporate finance associate at Hunton & Williams, has handled 11 different matters for the bar foundation since ...

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