Effective March 14, the Virginia State Bar Disciplinary Board suspended the license to practice law of Douglas E. Mataconis of Warrenton for nine months for violating professional rules that govern competence, scope of representation, diligence, communication, fees, and bar admission ...Read More »
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Plaintiff was 80 years old when she presented to defendant on Oct. 19, 2010, with cecal cancer detected on a colonoscopy. During her initial visit, defendant discussed staging and treatment for colon cancer, including the need for laparoscopic resection as ...Read More »
Plaintiff was a special agent with the Virginia State Police. He was on patrol when a vehicle owned by Corbett Technology Solutions sideswiped his patrol car and sent him spinning off the road and into a guardrail. Plaintiff was transported ...Read More »
HOT SPRINGS—The Virginia Trial Lawyers Association elected officers and members of its board of governors for the 2014-15 year at its Annual Convention at the Omni Homestead Resort March 29. They are: Thomas J. Curcio of Alexandria is the new ...
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Plaintiff alleged that on June 14, 2010, she was attending a session with a personal trainer at Fitness Together in Chantilly, which was owned and operated by Mason Mays Enterprises, LLC. Plaintiff alleged that she was asked to perform step ...Read More »
Richmond attorney Robert Ryland “Bert” Musick, 37, died March 19 following a brief illness. He practiced at Capitol One as director and assistant general counsel. A graduate of St. Christopher’s School and the University of Virginia, Mr. Musick held a ...Read More »
On Oct. 31, 2013, the Supreme Court of Virginia reversed two jury verdicts in the case of the 2007 Virginia Tech massacre, and entered final judgment for the university. Two families had brought suit against the university, claiming that between ...
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In what is believed to be the largest verdict in U.S. history for a case of this kind, a 40-year-old woman who gave birth to a healthy child after a failed bilateral tubligation was awarded the sued upon amount of ...Read More »