In August 2010, plaintiff, a 47-year-old financial analyst with the Department of Defense, saw the defendant gynecologist for longstanding pelvic pain due to uterine fibroids. A laparoscopic hysterectomy was planned. On Nov. 3, 2010, the defendant started the laparoscopic procedure ...Read More »
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Virginia Lawyers Media, publishers of Virginia Lawyers Weekly and the Virginia Medical Law Report, has announced the Class of 2015 of “Influential Women of Virginia.” This awards program, now in its seventh year, recognizes the outstanding efforts of women in ...
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How much does an agent for a star NFL player get paid? It depends, of course, on the player, the contract and the cash involved. But under the league’s “Standard Representation Agreement,” the figure is 3 percent. That nugget comes ...Read More »
Effective April 2, the Virginia State Bar Disciplinary Board summarily suspended the license to practice law of Darryl A. Parker of Richmond based on his four-month suspension by the Bankruptcy Court of the Eastern District of Virginia. Parker was ordered ...Read More »
Richmond criminal defense lawyer Mark Tyndall died March 18. He was 61. A 1981 graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University, he earned his law degree from the University of Richmond three years later. Except for a short time in which he ...Read More »
Retired Fairfax General District Chief Judge J. Conrad Waters Jr. died March 19. He was 78. Judge Waters graduated from Seton Hall University law school in 1968, and briefly practiced law in New Jersey. He returned to Virginia and first ...Read More »
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, WEST VIRGINIA — The Virginia Trial Lawyers Association elected its officers and members of the board of governors for 2015-16 March 28 at its annual convention at The Greenbrier. John E. Lichtenstein of Roanoke was elected president, and ...
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Both the plaintiff and defendant were federal government employees in June 2013. At that time, the defendant had been subject to an internal complaint by his supervisor, the plaintiff, due to aggressive behavior at the workplace. Shortly after the plaintiff’s ...Read More »