Quantcast
Home / Author Archives: Peter Vieth (page 13)

Author Archives: Peter Vieth

Feed Subscription

Lynchburg’s Robin Wood honored

Robert “Robin” C. Wood III of Lynchburg, who has been practicing law for more than fifty years, has been named the 2015 recipient of the Tradition of Excellence award by the Virginia State Bar’s General Practice Section. Among many other ...

Read More »

GMU law announces new dean

George Mason University law school has named one of its faculty, Prof. Henry N. Butler, as dean. A son of the late Rep. M. Caldwell Butler of Roanoke, Butler currently serves as George Mason University Foundation Professor of Law and ...

Read More »

WARN Act cases settle for $1.7M

Three class action lawsuits arising from coalfield layoffs in 2013 have produced settlements totaling $1.735 million. The suits under the federal WARN Act alleged the coal mining companies, all controlled by Appalachian coal billionaire Jim Justice, laid off approximately 233 ...

Read More »

Koontz honored by Dalton Inn of Court

SALEM — Virginia Supreme Court Senior Justice Lawrence L. Koontz Jr. was honored Monday for his lifetime of service on the bench, which includes work on every level of court in the state. Koontz received what was formerly known as ...

Read More »

Lewis T. Booker (access required)

Legendary Richmond lawyer Lewis T. Booker died April 4 at age 85. Mr. Booker built a national reputation for handling large, complex litigation in a four-decade career at Hunton & Williams. He began practice with the Richmond-based firm in 1956 ...

Read More »
Scroll To Top