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Bar May Endorse Dental Plan (access required)

By Paul Fletcher, Publisher & Editor-in-Chief The Virginia State Bar soon may be sponsoring new personal insurance programs for lawyers in the commonwealth. At its meeting in Richmond this week, the VSB Council will consider sponsorship of new programs for ...

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Continued Smoking Bars Comp (access required)

By Paul Fletcher, Publisher & Editor-in-Chief A woman who refused to quit smoking should be denied workers’ compensation benefits, the Court of Appeals has ruled in a case of apparent first impression. The woman’s doctor told her she must quit ...

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Pregnancy Discharge Lawsuit Allowed, 4-3 (access required)

By Paul Fletcher, Publisher & Editor-in-Chief A woman claiming she was fired for getting pregnant and having a baby can sue her former employer for wrongful discharge, the Virginia Supreme Court has ruled, 4-3. The majority found that she stated ...

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Court-appointed Pay Would Get Big Boost (access required)

By Paul Fletcher, Publisher & Editor-in-Chief Court-appointed lawyers would get a big pay hike under a bill approved by the Courts of Justice Committee of the House of Delegates. For the first time, judges would get the authority to reimburse ...

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Plaintiff Must Yield Transcript (access required)

By Paul Fletcher, Publisher & Editor-in-Chief A car-crash defendant is entitled to a transcript the plaintiff made of his traffic-court hearing, an Alleghany County circuit judge has ruled. Even though the defendant could have hired a court reporter for the ...

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Christian nurse uses Title VII (access required)

By Paul Fletcher, Publisher & Editor-in-Chief An evangelical Christian nurse was allowed to go forward on her religious discrimination claim against her boss and her employer, under a ruling from a federal judge in Alexandria. The woman claimed that her ...

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Win On Bad Reference Is Reversed (access required)

By Paul Fletcher, Publisher & Editor-in-Chief The Virginia Supreme Court has reversed a $330,000 jury verdict based on a negative job reference. The court slammed the door on use of a tool plaintiff’s employment lawyers had hoped to use in ...

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