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Area women to sue breast-implant makers (access required)

Many Virginia women may join a $4.2 billion federal lawsuit against breast-implant manufacturers. Between 1,000 and 3,000 Virginia women likely will make a claim, said Mary Ann Barnes, a Harrisonburg attorney who specializes in breast-implant cases. A global settlement against ...

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Candidates tangle over tort reform (access required)

HOT SPRINGS–Virginia’s four U.S. Senate candidates split along party lines over the federal government’s oversight of Virginia redistricting under the Voting Rights Act at a debate held July 16 at the Virginia Bar Association’s summer meeting. Although the candidates remained ...

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VLF reaps $2M more from IOLTA (access required)

Thanks to income from the mandatory IOLTA program, Virginia Law Foundation revenues nearly doubled in the fiscal year ending last month. That growth came even with a slow start in income from mandatory IOLTA, according to VLF Executive Director Sharon ...

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