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Roanoke Bar Cites Pro Bono (access required)

ROANOKE—At its annual Law Day ceremony May 1, the Roanoke Bar Association recognized area attorneys who had devoted more than 40 hours to pro bono service in 2002. Susan C. Proctor, managing attorney of the Roanoke office of Blue Ridge ...

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Conrad Is Tapped For Seat In W.D. (access required)

President Bush has nominated U.S. Magistrate Judge Glen R. Conrad of Roanoke to fill a vacant seat on the U.S. District Court in the Western District. Conrad has served as a federal magistrate judge since 1976. If the U.S. Senate ...

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Home Builder Can't Sue Stucco Manufacturer (access required)

A home builder cannot maintain a suit to recover damages against the manufacturer of defective synthetic stucco installed in a Fairfax County home, the Supreme Court of Virginia has ruled. The builder had sued the manufacturer after settling with the ...

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Record Med-Mal Award Given In Fredericksburg (access required)

In what is apparently the largest medical-malpractice verdict in state history, a Fredericksburg jury has awarded $6.5 million to a lawyer whose severely swollen spinal cord went undiagnosed by his doctor. Over a three-month period in 2000, the plaintiff’s condition ...

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