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Insurance Is Relevant Where Bias Is At Issue (access required)

A lawyer cross-examining a defense medical examiner can mention the defendant’s insurance in an effort to show bias on the part of the expert, the Supreme Court of Virginia has ruled unanimously. At trial, the defendant and the plaintiff’s insurance ...

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Landfills (access required)

Ask most Virginia lawyers about landfill litigation and you might get a vague recollection of a suit about garbage imported from New York. But if lawyers in the commonwealth aren’t paying attention today to landfill problems and the headaches involved, ...

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Representing A Defendant (access required)

Your client, a real-estate developer, is on the phone, and he sounds apprehensive. Three years ago, the developer bought 100 acres of land on which he intends to build a small housing development. Recently, however, someone faxed him a copy ...

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The Law Practice Of Tomorrow Is Here Today (access required)

BALTIMORE — A blind witness in Virginia Beach refreshes her recollection by reading a scanned Braille document. A Reston attorney uses closed-circuit television to conduct a live direct examination of an expert in London. A lawyer in Bristol presents a ...

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