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Book Review (access required)

Summer’s coming, so it must be time for the annual product of the John Grisham legal-bestseller grinder. And Big John, now a part-time Charlottesville resident, has been a bit erratic lately. You say you hated 1993′s The Client, finding it ...

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Boy could reside in two households (access required)

A 16-year-old boy who splits time between his two parents’ homes is a member of both households, a Richmond Circuit Judge has ruled. The ruling allows the boy to tap his father’s uninsured motorist coverage for a car accident. His ...

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New Family Court rules published (access required)

The future of Virginia’s Family Court system remains in limbo. While the General Assembly enacted legislation to begin the system next year, there is no money allocated yet to it. Despite the uncertainty, the Judicial Council and the Family Court ...

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Rookie lawyers hit for $30K (access required)

Three novice lawyers have been ordered to pay $30,000 in attorney’s fees to an opposing party in a civil rights case for refiling a claim that a judge said had no evidentiary basis. The fee award, which was issued by ...

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