A car dealer can enforce an arbitration clause against a buyer who says the dealer told her the vehicle had never been in a collision, only to have a second inspector tell her the car had been in a wreck ...Read More »
A Fairfax circuit judge has removed the managing partner of two family-owned businesses in Northern Virginia worth millions of dollars. The man had “lost his way,” running the businesses as if they were his own in breach of a limited ...Read More »
The world’s most famous trade secret, the vigilantly guarded recipe for Coca-Cola, is kept in a purpose-built vault in the company’s Atlanta headquarters. Most trade secrets, however, are kept on computers, where they are decidedly more vulnerable to hackers and ...
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A friend of mine who is an outstanding plaintiffs’ attorney recently gave a speech on the subject of perceiving the unmistakable deterioration of your case. When this subject comes up, I always think of the great New York plaintiffs’ lawyer ...Read More »
Lingering questions about a breakdown in hospital communications led a Southside judge this month to allow access to a hospital’s policy for X-ray reports in a medical malpractice case. The ruling came just days after the former patient died of ...Read More »
A federal magistrate judge in Virginia lacked jurisdiction to issue a warrant to deploy a computer hacking tool that enabled the government to identify a Massachusetts man as a user of an online child-pornography site, a Massachusetts federal judge has ...Read More »
Justice Stephen R. McCullough was invested as the 106th member of the Supreme Court of Virginia on May 23, at a ceremony featuring his family, his colleagues from the Court of Appeals and past co-workers at the Virginia Attorney General’s ...
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