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Venue: Covington (access required)

Covington attorney William T. Wilson said that often, people think of Covington as a “smelly mill town.” And he may be right. Covington is visually a mill town. As drivers crest the last hill on the road into town, industry ...

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Misdiagnosis yields $1M (access required)

A Suffolk jury has awarded $1 million to a woman who suffered osteoporosis after her doctor misdiagnosed her with Lupus and placed her on steroids. The woman experienced a 40 percent loss of bone density, suffered numerous compression fractures and ...

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Head injury nets $3.5M from Navy (access required)

A woman injured in an automobile accident has obtained a $3.5 million verdict in federal court in Norfolk. The 27-year-old mother of three suffered multiple injuries, including head injury and post-traumatic epilepsy, after her collision with a U.S. Navy van. ...

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Dolson names priorities (access required)

When asked to name the most important issues now facing the legal profession, Fairfax lawyer Laurie L. Dolson lists two. One is access to the justice system. The other is client relations. And Dolson, the current president of the Fairfax ...

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Ide calls for 'revolution' (access required)

VIENNA – Lawyers looking to correct the profession’s poor public image should start at the local level, said American Bar Association president R. William Ide III at a Fairfax Bar luncheon last week. Hundreds of thousands of small victories lead ...

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