Former U.S. Senate candidate Christine O’Donnell has gone to court to dispute an $18,250 bill from a Virginia attorney. Reston lawyer Jonathan Moseley has demanded $18,250 for work and expenses for the former Delaware Republican Senate candidate, according to the ...Read More »
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As long as there have been judges, there have been people telling you how to persuade judges, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia told a crowd of 500 lawyers and judges at the annual Richmond Bench Bar conference Oct. 13. ...Read More »
A grieving mother and father refused to believe that their 17-year-old son was responsible for the car crash that ended his life. But the defendant driver stood by his story that the teen passenger’s rash action caused him to run ...Read More »
A Newport News judge has set aside a multimillion dollar personal injury award against electronics retailer Best Buy on the grounds the verdict was excessive. In August, a seven-member jury awarded $5,225,000 to Michael Chavis, who was injured after a ...Read More »
Shenandoah County lawyer and substitute judge James H. Allamong Jr. has been arrested after authorities found marijuana plants growing on his property. The plants were discovered while firefighters were responding to a nearby shed fire, according to the Northern Virginia ...
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Sharon Nelson, a Fairfax lawyer and president of a computer forensics and information security company, will be the Virginia State Bar’s new president-elect. Nelson filed her petition for the post at the VSB’s annual meeting in Virginia Beach this past ...
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Virginia Lawyers Weekly is pleased to present “Intellectual Property Law and Practice,” a special supplement to the Sept. 26, 2011 paper. This 12-page B-Section is sponsored The American Inns of Court, Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC and Oblon Spivak. Here ...Read More »