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Tattoo artist was ‘independent contractor’
Posted by: Deborah Elkins on 2010-05-25
Tattoos may have gone mainstream, but if you’ve seen “Miami Ink” or “LA Ink” on cable, you know that tattoo artists remain untamed. The Virginia Court of Appeals acknowledged as much today, when it said a tattoo artist was an “independent contractor,” not an “employee” of a Richmond tattoo parlor operated by Creative Designs Tattooing…
Workers Comp – Tattoo Artist – Independent Contractor
Posted by: Deborah Elkins on 2010-05-27
Although a tattoo artist had been promoted and received a 55-percent share of his customer fees for tattoos, he provided his own tools and negotiated his own fees, and did not receive a regular salary or any benefits, and the Court of Appeals says the tattoo artist was an independent contractor, not an employee whose…
Municipal – Business License – Mandamus – Tattoo Studio
Posted by: Virginia Lawyers Weekly on 2001-07-16
A Chesapeake city ordinance prohibiting tattoo studios is struck down, and the city is directed to issue a business license, certificate of occupancy and other permits necessary to allow petitioner to open and operate such a business. The court looks at the plain meaning of Va. Code Sect. 15.2-912. The code allows for the…
Category(s): Opinion Digests
Civil Procedure – Mandamus – Business License – Tattoo Studio – Protected Speech
Posted by: Virginia Lawyers Weekly on 2007-03-05
A tattoo studio that has petitioned the court for a writ of mandamus to require the city to issue it a business license has its First Amendment claim dismissed by the circuit court because tattooing itself is not protected speech, but the circuit court overrules the city’s demurrers to the studio’s equal protection and Dillon…
Category(s): Opinion Digests
U.Va. law students compare their tattoos
Posted by: dmc-admin on 2010-10-04
When Virginia Lawyers Weekly published its Dress Code Survey results back in July, a resounding 89 percent of poll-takers shook their heads at showing off tattoos. But a handful of University of Virginia law students recently dared to bare their ink for the student newspaper. These future lawyers revealed the stories behind their tats, recalling…
Category(s): U.Va.,Law Schools
U.Va. law students compare their tattoos
Posted by: dmc-admin on 2010-10-04
When Virginia Lawyers Weekly published its Dress Code Survey results back in July, a resounding 89 percent of poll-takers shook their heads at showing off tattoos. But a handful of University of Virginia law students recently dared to bare their ink for the student newspaper. These future lawyers revealed the stories behind their tats, recalling…
Category(s): The VLW Blog
Tags: Law Schools
Virginia Beach requires gender separation for some tattoos
Posted by: Virginia Lawyers Weekly on 2001-06-18
VIRGINIA BEACH — It’s now illegal for a man to pierce or tattoo a woman’s private parts, and vice versa, under a new city ordinance approved by the City Council. The law was approved June 5 after a woman’s tearful testimony that she was abused while getting a genital piercing. She said her complaint…
Category(s): News Stories
Tattoo parlor can enforce noncompete for 5 years
Posted by: Paul Fletcher on 1997-05-19
By Paul Fletcher, Publisher & Editor-in-Chief A tattoo parlor owner can enforce a noncompete agreement that prohibits a lessee from competing against him within 150 miles and for five years after termination of the lease, an Isle of Wight Circuit judge has ruled. The case is perhaps the first in the country to enforce…
Category(s): News Stories
Civil Practice – Zoning – Mandamus – Tattoo Parlor
Posted by: Virginia Lawyers Weekly on 2002-04-29
Although an applicant for permits to operate a tattoo parlor in Virginia Beach contends it was entitled to a writ of mandamus to require approval of its business because it had complied with all pertinent zoning ordinances, the trial court did not err in denying a writ of mandamus to require the city zoning…
Category(s): Opinion Digests
Tattoo artist injures thumb in Richmond traffic crash – $300,000 Settlement
Posted by: Virginia Lawyers Weekly on 2010-05-17
Plaintiff was a tattoo artist who sustained ligament damage to the interphalangeal joint of his thumb when he was rear-ended by a tractor-trailer. Surgery was eventually performed to fuse the joint, and he ended up with some permanent loss of range of motion, which affected his ability to perform his job. The injured thumb was…

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