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No public records on Internet (access required)

A Virginia Circuit Court clerk may not make public records available on the Internet, according to Attorney General James S. Gilmore III. That vast smorgasbord known as the Internet will not be serving up samples of Virginia land records, judgment ...

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Research Box: Spoliation (access required)

Bolling v. Montgomery Ward & Co. can be added to the list of state and federal spoliation-related cases that have arisen in recent years. State courts: Gentry v. Toyota Motor Corp. The Virginia Supreme Court reinstated a woman’s products liability ...

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State Farm loses again on med-pay (access required)

State Farm has lost again in its efforts to limit med-pay benefits to a policyholder’s co-payment. The first decision, by Judge Margaret P. Spencer, Khabir v. State Farm Ins. (VLW 096-12-04), was one of this week’s most popular opinions. The ...

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News in Brief for August 5, 1996 (access required)

VSB Disciplinary Actions Woodbridge lawyer Lawrence R. Morton has received a public reprimand with terms from the Fifth District – Section III of the Virginia State Bar. The subcommittee’s order in the case states that the reprimand arose from Morton’s ...

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Review Granted (access required)

July 29, 1996 Review Granted identifies recent cases in which the Virginia Supreme Court has granted petitions for appeal. This feature appears in the last issue of Virginia Lawyers Weekly each month. The information provided comes from the successful petition ...

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