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Fired workers out of luck? (access required)

Workers claiming employment discrimination gained a big victory last year: The Virginia Supreme Court allowed a plaintiff to bring a state claim for wrongful discharge under the Bowman exception. But a bill working its way through the General Assembly would ...

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News in Brief for Feb. 6, 1995 (access required)

Judges elected The General Assembly has elected 16 Circuit Court, 10 General District Court and 13 Juvenile & Domestic Relations Court judges. V. Thomas Forehand Jr. was elected in the 1st Circuit; Kenneth N. Whitehurst, 2nd; Von L. Piersall Jr., ...

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Carrier can't tender limits, then walk (access required)

An automobile liability carrier may not tender its policy limits and be relieved of its duty to defend its policyholder, a Fredericksburg Circuit judge has ruled. In late January, the judge reversed his mid-November bench ruling, a holding that had ...

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