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Grey honored for commitment to diversity

The American Bar Association Forum on Construction Law recently honored former ABA president Robert J. Grey Jr. of Richmond for his commitment to diversity and inclusion during its fall meeting in Chicago. Grey served as ABA president in 2004-05 and ...

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Dentist wasn’t negligent in not discovering patient’s cancer – Defense Verdict (access required)

The plaintiff’s dece­dent was a 62-year-old mother of four adult children who presented to the defendant den­tist in July 2011 with complaints of a severe toothache on the lower left side of her mouth. Dr. Lee examined her mouth and ...

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Driver injured in wreck after woman runs stop sign – $1.3M Settlement (access required)

Defendant, an elderly white female, ran a stop sign and hit the side of the vehicle that plaintiff, a 52-year-old white male, was driving. The vehicle was owned by plaintiff’s employer. The impact pushed the plaintiff’s vehicle onto a curb ...

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Motorcyclist injured by inexperienced driver – $245,000 Settlement (access required)

Plaintiff, a ship­yard worker, com­pleted his shift at midnight and be­gan his customary journey home on his motorcycle. He was very accustomed to the route to his family home in the country where he lives with his wife, children and ...

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Robinson receives education law award

University of Richmond law Prof. Kimberly J. Robinson is the 2016 winner of the Steven S. Goldberg Award for Distinguished Scholarship in Education Law. Awarded annually by the Education Law Association, the Goldberg Award recognizes an outstanding work of scholarly ...

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Family law attorney recognized for pro bono work

Richmond family law attorney Julia A. Childrey has been named the 2016 recipient of the Nina K. Peace Award for exemplary work on behalf of victims of domestic violence The award is named for the former Hanover County juvenile and ...

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Doctor sued for not doing surgery herself, calling for specialist – Defense Verdict (access required)

On Feb. 9, 2014, the defendant was serving as the on-call general surgeon for a local community hospital. She received three pages from an emergency medicine physician about a patient in the Emergency Department. During their first telephone call, the ...

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ER providers failed to recognize lower leg bleed – $700,000 Settlement (access required)

On Oct. 11, 2012, plaintiff, a 36-year-old African-American male, presented to the emergency department with excruciating 10 out of 10 left calf pain not attributable to any specific injury. By way of history, plaintiff reported an embolic stroke occurring several ...

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Patient claimed weakness after back surgery – Defense Verdict (access required)

On Feb. 19, 2010, plaintiff underwent revision of a spinal cord stimulator module to ad-dress chronic lower back and lower extremity pain. Plain-tiff’s surgical course was unremarkable, and the surgery was successful in replacing the stimulator. But upon emergence from ...

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