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VLW debuts a new Web site (access required)

Virginia Lawyers Media is proud to announce the debut of a new Web site for our flagship legal newspaper, Virginia Lawyers Weekly. The address is the same, www.valawyersweekly.com, but the look and feel are designed to make using the site ...

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Adventures in Divorce Law

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: Really, really rich older guy marries a much younger woman. His relatives don’t like the situation so they take legal action. Acrimony ensues. Okay, the late Anna Nicole Smith isn’t starring in ...

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William T. Wilson (access required)

Bill Wilson of Covington has been practicing law since 1963. He has built a very successful plaintiff’s practice. As Frank O. Brown Jr. put it, “as a distinguished, respected and zealous litigator, he has successfully helped thousands of clients in ...

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L. Steven Emmert (access required)

Virginia Beach lawyer Steve Emmert started his Web site, Virginia Appellate News & Analysis (www.virginia-appeals.com), in January 2005. In a video introduction at the site, he explains his reasons: His personal passion, he says, is appellate law. The site is ...

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Wyatt B. Durrette Jr. (access required)

A virtual law firm. Let that sink in for a minute. No office. No jostling for parking spaces. Meetings in real time with colleagues and/or clients across the country over the Internet. Meet the XDL Group. Richmond lawyer Wyatt Durrette ...

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Service on house-sitter ineffective (access required)

A Rockbridge County Circuit judge has dismissed a woman’s lawsuit against her dentist because the suit papers were served on a house-sitter the day before the service period ran. Even though the house-sitter gave the documents to the defendant when ...

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Judge removed from the bench (access required)

The Supreme Court of Virginia removed J&DR Judge James Michael Shull of the 30th District from office Nov. 2. He is only the second judge to lose his job this way since the Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission was started ...

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Congrats to the New Lawyers! (access required)

A hearty “Cheers!” to the 1,081 successful candidates who took the Virginia Bar Examination. The Virginia Board of Bar Examiners reported that some 1,502 people sat for this July’s exam in Roanoke. Do the math and you’ll find a pass ...

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