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Chapter 5: Important Opinions and Services

By now, you are probably becoming more accustomed to Virginia Lawyers Weekly’s new Web site and have made use of its primary content, including news stories, opinion digests and Verdicts & Settlements as well as access to full-text opinions. There ...

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Chapter 4: Verdicts and Settlements

Virginia Lawyers Weekly provides a unique and valuable service for litigators who want to know how much their cases might be worth for trial or settlement – our weekly Verdicts & Settlements report feature. Lawyers send in V&S Reports to ...

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Chapter 3: Opinions

Since Virginia Lawyers Weekly first hit the presses almost 22 years ago, we’ve been the commonwealth’s leading source in digesting and providing full-text copies of court opinions to our readers. But only recently has the method for obtaining these documents ...

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Chapter 2: Searching the Archives

As you begin to acquaint yourself with Virginia Lawyers Weekly’s new Web site, you most likely will want to take advantage of what is unquestionably the core of the site – the Archives. The online Archives contains all material published ...

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News In Brief – 12/24/2007 (access required)

On Nov. 16, 2007, the Virginia State Bar Disciplinary board indefinitely suspended Bonar M. Robertson’s license to practice law in Virginia, the same discipline imposed by the Court of Appeals of Maryland. * * * On Dec. 13, 2007, the ...

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Leaders in the Law 2007 (access required)

VIRGINIA’S LEADERS IN THE LAW 2007 Richard J. Bonnie Richard Cullen Kyung (Kathryn) Dickerson Wyatt B. Durrette Thomas A. Edmonds Betsy Wells Edwards L. Steven Emmert Robert L. Harris Sr. Robert R. Hatten Corinne J. Magee Stephen A. Northup William ...

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Like moonshine through the pines?

Moonshine has a place in the popular imagination. There was Snuffy Smith, the outdated cartoon hillbilly who fought off “revenooers.” Then, there was “Thunder Road.” Not the Bruce Springsteen song off the “Born to Run” album – the 1958 Robert ...

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