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…Admissions now riskier (access required)

In another issue of first impression in the Melton case, the court held that when a party files an admission, then amends it, the original admission is still admissible as substantive evidence. This ruling could cut back on the use ...

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Service by fax begins on July 1 (access required)

Lawyers serving as registered agents for corporations–from mom-and-pops to larger outfits–may want to use a new streamlined system for service of process when their clients get sued. The instrument for this new method: the office fax machine. A new law ...

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News in Brief for June 12, 1995 (access required)

Cochrans honored as Outstanding Virginians Former Virginia Supreme Court Justice George M. Cochran and his wife, Lee Stuart Cochran, were honored last month with the 1995 Outstanding Virginian Award. The award, established by the General Assembly in 1983, honors a ...

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