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Same-Sex Harassment (access required)

McWilliams v. Fairfax County Bd. of Supervisors. A mentally disabled man who was taunted about sexual matters and physically assaulted by the “lube boys” in the county motor pool has not stated a hostile environment claim under Title VII. USCA, ...

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NRA lawyer criticizes judge over gun permits (access required)

TAZEWELL–A National Rifle Association lawyer is challenging a Virginia judge’s requirement that applicants for concealed weapons permits get a mental evaluation. Stefan Tahmassebi, an NRA attorney based in Fairfax, said that Tazewell County Circuit Judge Don Mullins’ policy goes against ...

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Banks Could Close Their Own Loans (access required)

Even if conducting a real estate settlement is the practice of law, banks and consumers could still represent themselves in a closing, according to a report issued by the Virginia State Bar’s Standing Committee on the Unauthorized Practice of Law. ...

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VTLA Won't Back Code of Evidence (access required)

By Baker McClanahan, News Editor The Virginia evidence code being circulated by the Boyd-Graves Conference has run into opposition from the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association. And the problem the VTLA has with the draft seemed to be one of the ...

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The Debate Over UPL #183 (access required)

The Virginia State Bar Council will have plenty opinions to consider when it convenes in Roanoke Oct. 17-18 to discuss whether lawyers are the only people qualified to close real estate loans. Unauthorized Practice of Law Opinion #183 declares real ...

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