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Claimants' attorneys ponder next move (access required)

Last week, claimant’s lawyers were still hoping the General Assembly would add coverage for carpal tunnel syndrome to the Workers’ Comp Act. After Stenrich was decided March 1, House Majority Leader C. Richard Cranwell, D-Roanoke County, revived an earlier bill ...

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No workers' comp for carpal tunnel (access required)

Repetitive-motion injuries such as “carpal tunnel syndrome” are not covered by the Virginia Workers’ Compensation Act, the Virginia Supreme Court has ruled in a long-awaited case. The high court reversed comp awards in three consolidated cases argued in January. Speaking ...

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Va. CLE forecasts $250K loss (access required)

What the Virginia State Bar giveth, Virginia CLE taketh away? Though lawyers soon will be spending $10 less on annual bar dues, they could be spending more to complete their mandatory CLE hours. Virginia CLE, the non-profit organization responsible for ...

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News inBrief for March 11, 1996 (access required)

VSB Disciplinary Actions The Virginia State Bar Disciplinary Board has suspended the law license of Charles F. Roney of Herndon. Roney previously had been suspended, with execution stayed pending a suspension in California. Roney has resigned his California bar membership, ...

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