The Supreme Court of Virginia plans to have its say about the proposal to redraw the state’s judicial map. At the request of the General Assembly, the Supreme Court of Virginia is launching a comprehensive study of how to realign ...Read More »
A Newport News man who shouted a warning to potential targets of a police prostitution sting now faces charges of obstruction of justice. David Earl Armstrong spotted police running a classic “flat-foot floozy” operation on Jefferson Avenue, with an undercover ...
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Plaintiffs’ lawyers hope to break more settlement logjams in UIM cases with multiple carriers under legislation passed this year. The Virginia General Assembly has made adjustments to a new procedure designed to speed settlement in some auto accident cases involving ...Read More »
Friday’s decision by Roanoke U.S. District Judge James Turk means no delay for the April 11 scheduled trial on claims Virginia Tech paid lower salaries to women at the school’s fund raising office. Virginia Tech had asked Turk to combine ...Read More »
Competing obituaries gave a hint of the family conflict that would emerge full blown after the 2009 death of Rear Admiral Peter DeMayo, U.S. Navy (Ret.), of Alexandria. In one notice in The Washington Post, both of DeMayo’s wives are ...Read More »
A trial next month on allegations of gender discrimination at Virginia Tech’s fundraising office could be delayed if a judge grants a consolidation motion made by VT’s lawyers. The claims of unequal pay for women at VT’s Office of University ...Read More »
The General Assembly has moved to increase the threshold for medical malpractice payments that trigger an automatic physician competency assessment. The legislation also would exempt doctors who no longer have an active practice. A Virginia statute requires regulators to investigate ...Read More »