On June 20, 2008, a husband sued his wife for divorce in Newport News Circuit Court. The wife retained attorney Kevin P. Shea, and his firm Kevin P. Shea, Ltd., to defend the divorce case. When she retained Shea she ...Read More »
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Decedent, a 40-year-old husband and father of three young children, was killed on impact when a dump truck collided head-on with his vehicle. The collision occurred in decedent’s lane, and the decedent had no time to react. The defendant truck ...Read More »
The Old Dominion Bar Association elected new officers and committee members at its recent annual conference, held in Tysons Corner last month. Helivi Holland of Suffolk was elected to serve as president for 2014-15. Other new officers are: President Elect: ...
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Governor Terry McAuliffe announced his appointments to the governing boards of Virginia’s public colleges and universities June 2. The boards that govern Virginia’s higher education system include the Boards of Visitors for Virginia colleges and universities, the Virginia State Board ...
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Plaintiff purchased a new Ducati 1200 ST Multistrada motorcycle from Redline Performance Motorsports in York in February 2011. Plaintiff was a disabled Vietnam veteran who worked as a motorcycle mechanic and owner of an independent garage in the 1970s. Since ...Read More »
Effective April 30, a three-judge Richmond Circuit Court panel suspended for six months, with terms, the license to practice law of W. Stephen Coleman of Mechanicsville for violating professional rules that govern safekeeping property. This discipline was an agreed disposition ...Read More »
This case stemmed from a rear-end collision on 1-95 North in Spotsylvania County on March 18, 2012. Two plaintiffs were injured in the accident, one of whom contracted complex regional pain syndrome two weeks after the collision. This condition was ...Read More »
A Virginia State Bar disciplinary subcommittee has followed the D.C. Bar in issuing a public admonition to a federal prosecutor whose failure to turn over evidence favorable to a murder defendant tainted the man’s conviction. A Washington judge ordered a ...Read More »