Details are slowly coming to light about the charges against the latest of a crop of Virginia lawyers accused of major misdeeds. One Southwest Virginia lawyer allegedly passed off phony legal documents to cover for work he did not do, ...Read More »
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We are scratching our heads trying to understand the theory of liability in this bribery case arising from Buchanan County flood damage. It’s well-established that county officials solicited and accepted bribes, including a coon dog, from contractors in exchange for ...
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If you believe that the US Constitution gives you the right to send anonymous non-commercial e-mails, your champion at the Supreme Court of Virginia is spammer Jeremy Jaynes. As the Richmond Times-Dispatch reports, Richmond attorney Tom Wolf made the case for Jaynes before ...
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A Bedford County jury verdict last month dramatically illustrates the recent downturn in the real estate market and the potential consequences for unwary real estate purchasers. The sellers of a high-priced home (pictured above) in a new Forest-area subdivision won ...Read More »
Constitutional law scholar and legal ethics expert Ronald D. Rotunda will leave Northern Virginia’s George Mason University School of Law after going public with a spat between his wife and another GMU professor. In pulling up stakes in Fairfax this ...Read More »