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Taped deposition upheld in N.C. court (access required)

My Cousin Vinnie has made his first appearance in the region–in a North Carolina court. That Oscar-winning courtroom comedy popped up in a July 6 order from the U.S. Eastern District that underscored the advantages of videotaping depositions. The plaintiffs ...

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"Highway" DUI case clarified (access required)

Last week, Virginia Lawyers Weekly reported the decision in Commonwealth v. Grey (VLW 094-8-223), in which Loudoun County Circuit Judge James H. Chamblin ruled that the drive-through of a fast-food restaurant is not a “highway”; a drunken driver was acquitted ...

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Self-insured employer gets comp set-off (access required)

A self-insured employer whose employee was injured in a work-related car accident is entitled to a set-off against the payment of future workers’ compensation benefits when the employer pays the employee’s judgment against an uninsured motorist, the Virginia Court of ...

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