Lieutenant Kaylee R. Gum, a third-year student at the College of William & Mary law school, is the recipient of the Virginia State Bar’s 2016 Oliver White Hill Law Student Pro Bono Award. While a student at W&M, Gum has ...Read More »
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Simon Sandoval-Moshenberg, legal director of Northern Virginia’s Legal Aid Justice Center’s Immigrant Advocacy Center, has been selected as the recipient of the 2016 Virginia Legal Aid Award by the Virginia State Bar’s Access to Legal Services Committee. Sandoval-Moshenberg specializes in ...
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On April 25, the Virginia State Bar Disciplinary Board revoked the license to practice law of G. Walter Bressler of Bristol based on his affidavit consenting to the revocation. In consenting to the revocation, Bressler acknowledged that the charges against ...
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On Jan. 23, 2015 the patient underwent a laparoscopic cholecystectomy performed by a general surgeon. After being discharged on Jan. 23, the surgeon did not disclose to the patient, nor to her family, nor did the surgeon note in his ...Read More »
In this case, both of plaintiff’s kidneys were removed. The patient had a hydronephrotic left kidney secondary to a UPJ obstruction (blockage). He underwent a Nuclear Medicine (NM) Scan to estimate the function of each kidney. Due to blockage, the ...Read More »
The decedent was driving with his wife as the front passenger through an intersection on Midlothian Parkway in Chesterfield County when another vehicle, driven by the defendant, entered the intersection at a high rate of speed and struck their vehicle. ...Read More »
Former Del. Thomas G. Baker Jr., 59, of Dublin, died April 15 at a Pulaski hospital. He graduated from Radford College and the Washington & Lee University law school. Mr. Baker served as a member of the House of Delegates ...Read More »
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Court-appointed mediators in many Virginia divorce cases involving children should see their pay double later this year. A measure approved by both the General Assembly and the governor specifies that, for mediators appointed for both child custody or visitation matters ...Read More »