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Gagnon v. Burns (access required)

Type of Case: Personal injury Court: Gloucester County Circuit Court Attorney: Avery T. “Sandy” Waterman Jr., Newport News Summary: A senior at Gloucester County High School suffered a moderate traumatic brain injury when a punch from another student in the ...

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Lester v. Allied Concrete Company and Sprouse (access required)

Type of Case: Wrongful death Court: Charlottesville Circuit Court Attorneys: Matthew B. Murray, Charlottesville; Malcolm P. McConnell, Richmond; Joe Sanzone, Lynchburg Summary: A 25-year-old nurse who was a passenger in a Honda sedan suffered fatal injuries when a concrete mixer ...

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Humanscale v. CompX (access required)

Type of Case: Intellectual property Court: U.S. District Court, Richmond Attorneys: Frederic M. Meeker, Washington, and Dana D. McDaniel, Richmond Summary: The case pitted CompX International Inc. and its subsidiary, Waterloo Furniture Components Ltd., and Humanscale Corp., the two largest ...

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Four seek Eastern Shore judgeship

Three lawyers and a district court judge have expressed interest in a circuit court seat in Accomack County. Last month, the Eastern Shore Bar Association endorsed longtime Accomack attorney W. Revell Lewis III, according to the Eastern Shore News. Accomack ...

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Influential Women of Virginia

This May, Virginia Lawyers Media will honor high-achieving women across the commonwealth with the “Influential Women of Virginia” awards. The awards  recognize the outstanding efforts of women in all fields, including law, business, health care and education. The honors are ...

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‘Flaming bartenders’ avoid conviction

A Fairfax County judge dismissed misdemeanor charges against two bartenders who once faced felony counts for their “fire breathing” trick at a Herndon tavern. The Fairfax County fire marshall arrested the pair in July after witnessing them perform the “flaming ...

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Too young to be sued?

Although the age at which a child becomes capable of negligence was brought into question, a N.Y. judge has ruled that a lawsuit can proceed against a 4-year-old. According to The New York Times, 4-year-old Juliet was racing her bicycle ...

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Too young to be sued?

Although the age at which a child becomes capable of negligence was brought into question, a N.Y. judge has ruled that a lawsuit can proceed against a 4-year-old. According to The New York Times, 4-year-old Juliet was racing her bicycle ...

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