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Lawyer convicted of real estate fraud gives up license

A Northern Virginia lawyer who admitted causing more than $400,000 in losses through phony charges in real estate “short sales” has agreed to give up her Virginia law license. Hee Jung Jenny No – also known as Hee Jung Jenny ...

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Driver who rear-ended car not at fault for subsequent crash – Defense Verdict (access required)

This case stemmed from an accident that happened on Oct. 12, 2010 on Atlantic Avenue at 55th Street in Virginia Beach. Defendant Camp rear-ended a car driven by Ashley Kennedy, which was stopped in the left lane waiting to make ...

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Mason law adds Judge Ginsburg

The George Mason University law school has hired federal appeals court senior Judge Douglas H. Ginsburg and Prof. Damien Geradin as full-time members of its faculty. Ginsburg has taught at both Harvard law and the New York University law school. ...

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Court sides with property owners in eminent domain fight

By interpreting a deadline for public condemnation efforts, the Supreme Court of Virginia has delivered a win for private landowners near Norfolk’s Old Dominion University who have resisted efforts to take their land for school-related projects. The court’s unanimous decision ...

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Equipment Supplier Contests Repurchase Duty (access required)

A Danville U.S. District Court denies summary judgment to a supplier of four-wheel buggies that has refused to repurchase buggies from plaintiff dealer, allegedly in violation of the Virginia Equipment Dealers Protection Act; there are material factual disputes, including when ...

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Hostile Environment Claim Advances, But No Quid Pro Quo Claim (access required)

A female trainer of bomb-sniffing dogs for a government contractor failed to exhaust a Title VII claim for quid pro quo sexual harassment in her EEOC charge, which referenced her former male supervisor’s groping and lewd text messages, but the ...

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