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US v. Granby LLC, et al. (access required)

Type of case: Condemnation Court: U.S. District Court, Norfolk Attorneys: Joseph T. Waldo, Brian G. Kunze and Stephen J. Clarke, Norfolk Summary: The United States condemned 1.604 acres of land at the southwest corner of Granby Street and Brambleton Avenue ...

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Jones v. Moen (access required)

Type of case: Personal Injury Court: Richmond Circuit Court Attorneys: P. Christopher Guedri and Douglas A. Barry, Richmond Summary: A tractor-trailer driver who suffered a traumatic brain injury and lost a leg when he rear-ended another rig won a $23 ...

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Minton v. Exxon Mobil (access required)

Type of case: Asbestos Court: Newport News Circuit Court Attorneys: Robert R. Hatten, Hugh B. McCormick III and William W. Harty, Newport News Summary: A former ship repair supervisor contracted mesothelioma almost 30 years after he last worked for Newport ...

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Honua Securities Co., et al. v. Kim (access required)

Type of case: Fraud Court: U.S. District Court, Alexandria Attorneys: James M. Ringer, New York; Daniel L. Fitch, Harrisonburg Summary: A group of bondholders who lost their money when a planned World Conference Center in Bonn, Germany, went bust won ...

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Ray v. Allergan Inc. (access required)

Type of case: Products liability Court: U.S. District Court, Richmond Attorneys: Stephen W. Bricker and Christopher L. Anderson, Richmond; Ray C. Chester, Austin, Texas Summary: A Vietnam veteran who received a series of Botox injections to treat his writer’s tremor ...

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DuPont v. Kolon Industries (access required)

Type of case: Trade secrets Court: U.S. District Court, Richmond Attorneys: Brian C. Riopelle and Rodney A. Satterwhite, Richmond; Michael J. Songer, Washington; et al. Summary: Chemical giant DuPont won the largest verdict ever in Virginia after an eight-week trial ...

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Divorce, Salahi-style

The couple who gained notoriety after crashing a White House state dinner have once again filed for divorce. Pleadings filed by both sides in the breakup of the celebrated Salahis of Warren County offer accusations of abuse and adultery, including ...

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