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Monthly Archives: June 2012

‘Drive-By’ discovery meetups in federal cases

There’s nothing like a government study to confirm the conventional wisdom. Lawyers who practice in federal court likely already know it helps to talk to the lawyer on the other side to plan how to proceed with discovery. Quickie confabs ...

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Rules of Evidence posted

The Supreme Court of Virginia has posted the new Rules of Evidence online as a 27-page PDF file. The Virginia Rules of Evidence, approved in a stormy legislative session, take effect July 1. Because the rules reflect an effort to ...

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Noncompete, nonsuit cases on June argument docket (access required)

The Supreme Court of Virginia is back in town June 4, hearing a docket that includes several cases from Fairfax, including: attorney’s fees in a collections case (Dewberry & Davis Inc. v. C3NS Inc.); a ; the right to nonsuit ...

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