A plaintiff testifying about his personal injury claim can be impeached by a 30-year-old felony conviction, even though he had his civil rights restored by the governor last year. That’s the ruling by a Fairfax County circuit judge in a ...Read More »
Former Virginia Beach attorney Stephen Gunther has been sentenced to 20 months in prison and ordered to pay $231,000 in restitution after pleading guilty to fraud in connection with a series of real estate closings, according to a release from ...Read More »
The Hotel John Marshall opened in downtown Richmond in 1929 in grand style. Designed by Marcellus Wright and named for U.S. Chief Justice John Marshall, himself a Richmonder, the hotel hosted presidents, movie stars, even Elvis Presley. Close to a ...Read More »
The Alexandria Sanitation Authority will pay $36 million to resolve a three-year condemnation battle over a 10-acre site marked for expansion of a sewage plant. The owners of the tract hoped to sell it for $42 million in 2006 to ...Read More »
The Supreme Court of Virginia today reverses and remands the finding that breakaway Episcopal congregations in Northern Virginia can keep their church property against claims by the established church organization. The Supreme Court rules that a Civil War-era Virginia statute ...Read More »
A Virginia Beach man driven from his home by tainted Chinese drywall cannot look to his homeowners’ insurance policy for coverage of his losses, a Norfolk federal judge has ruled. U.S. District Judge Robert G. Doumar granted summary judgment for ...Read More »
Former George Mason University law professor Kyndra Rotunda has settled the remaining claims in her sexual harassment lawsuit against the school and her former supervisor, Prof. Joseph Zengerle, reports the ABA Journal. Alexandria U.S. District Judge Leonie Brinkema dismissed most ...
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