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Rigsby rejects Reno's rules (access required)

Virginia’s top disciplinary enforcer says that Attorney General Janet Reno’s new relaxed ethics rules for U.S. Attorneys won’t tie his hands. Virginia State Bar Counsel Michael L. Rigsby said that the rules will not prevent his office from pursuing an ...

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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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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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