A Roanoke woman’s employment lawsuit against her former employer may be headed to arbitration. Or it may not. Whether she accepted the company’s job offer through an online portal is a question of fact, said the judge, who will hold ...Read More »
Commissioner R. Ferrell Newman of the Virginia Workers’ Compensation Commission has been inducted as a Fellow of the College of Workers’ Compensation Lawyers. The group held its annual meeting in New Orleans last month. The college honors attorneys who have ...
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A Pennsylvania woman spent nearly 10 years posing as a lawyer in a rural Pennsylvania county, handling estates work, despite the fact she never went to law school. She was a partner at a law firm, making a $100,000 buy-in ...Read More »
Retail stores in two separate cases in federal court, one in Richmond and the other in Norfolk, have failed in their efforts to keep personal injury claims against them in federal court. It’s textbook civil procedure that to sue in ...Read More »
What does the Supreme Court of Virginia want lawyers to be doing about technology and office data security? Look to the fine print of a new comment to a court rule for guidance. The court recently adopted amendments to the ...Read More »
WILLIAMSBURG-The Virginia Law Foundation inducted its 2016 Class of Fellows Jan. 21 at a dinner ceremony held during the Virginia Bar Association winter meeting. The foundation recognizes a group of Virginia lawyers, law professors and retired judges for their legal ...Read More »
When and where did a pair of binoculars become standard equipment for a political journalist? This month, at the Virginia Capitol. The Virginia General Assembly, the world’s oldest deliberative body, convened for its 2016 session on Jan. 13, and reporters ...
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