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Monthly Archives: July 2013

Altering Gun Serial Number Not ‘Continuing Offense’ (access required)

On rehearing en banc, the Court of Appeals says all evidence indicated the firearm defendant possessed already had its serial number altered when he carried it into Brunswick County, and the court reverses defendant’s conviction for altering the firearm serial ...

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‘Head Trauma’ Coverage Includes Therapy for TBI (access required)

An employer has to continue paying for physical therapy sessions as medical expenses after claimant’s “head trauma” from a fall at work; the Court of Appeals affirms the commission decision that claimant’s traumatic brain injury was covered by the employer’s ...

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Court Will Consider Inventor’s Declaration (access required)

A security company defending a patent infringement claim may not exclude a declaration from the inventor at the Markman hearing in plaintiff Tax-Rights LLC’s suit alleging defendant infringed its patent, and the Richmond U.S. District Court denies defendant’s motion to ...

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