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Lawyer's estate gets double fees (access required)

For six years, a Southwest Virginia bankruptcy attorney was in and out of courtrooms on behalf of his client, a destitute coal miner. The lawyer continually urged the court to keep the case on its docket while the coal miner ...

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Lawyers Weekly seeks a CEO (access required)

Lawyers Weekly Publications, the parent company of Virginia Lawyers Weekly, is looking for a CEO who is capable of continuing the solid growth of this Massachusetts-based company. The founder/CEO, J. Edward Pawlick, would like to retire. A candidate would have ...

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News in Brief for 10/9/95 (access required)

Judges changes his mind on sexual-harassment sanctions As reported in this newspaper on Aug. 21, 1995, Judge Richard L. Williams issued the first opinion in the country interpreting a newly amended Federal Rule of Evidence, according to Virginia lawyers. In ...

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News in Brief for 10/2/95 (access required)

Double jeopardy issue reaches appeals court The constitutionality of Virginia’s driver’s license-suspension statute reached the Court of Appeals Sept. 21. In the first challenge to the new law to reach the appellate court, attorneys argued whether the suspension of a ...

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Discovery delay gets $15K slap (access required)

Plaintiff gets its costs A Norfolk premises liability defendant has been hit with a $15,000 sanction to cover the plaintiff’s costs in tracking down information not provided in discovery. The sanction appears to be the largest in a state court ...

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