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Monthly Archives: March 2012

Car seat sanctions increased to $70K

A judge has upheld a jury verdict rejecting claims that the design of a child car seat led to devastating brain injury for a five-year-old girl. While Abingdon federal Judge James P. Jones denied the girl’s motion for a new ...

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Richmond ALA marks the Big 4-Oh

The Richmond chapter of the Association of Legal Administrators is celebrating a big birthday this month – the chapter is turning 40. At their monthly luncheon yesterday, the group was proud to note that they were the very first ALA ...

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Dean explains William & Mary’s slip in rankings

College of William & Mary law dean Davison M. Douglas says the school’s drop on the U.S. News & World Report list this year resulted primarily from the number of unemployed graduates. The W&M law school fell from 27th to ...

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Feds consider closing two Virginia courthouses

Two Virginia federal courthouses are marked for possible closing under a federal judiciary study. The federal courthouses in Newport News and Big Stone Gap are on a list of lesser used courthouses circulated among federal judges for review and comment, ...

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