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News in Brief for May 15, 1995 (access required)

Supreme Court OKs IOLTA, JLARC rules The Supreme Court has given final approval to a rollback of the mandatory IOLTA program to opt-out status. The court’s approval was the last step in the rollback process that began with a compromise ...

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News in Brief for May 8, 1995 (access required)

Roanoke opinion rejects DUI double jeopardy Virginia’s DUI license suspension statute does not create double jeopardy, a Roanoke General District judge has ruled. Judge William D. Broadhurst, sitting in the city of Roanoke, joined the majority of GDC judges who ...

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VSB dues decrease floated (access required)

IRVINGTON–The Virginia State Bar is amassing a large surplus in its budget reserve, and it will look at using this money to decrease bar dues. But don’t expect a break on your dues statement this summer–a decrease won’t happen in ...

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Tip: Hidden Assets (access required)

“How do I deceive thee?” Spouses count the ways A divorce client often may notice that a spouse, who used to boast about magnificent pay raises, suddenly claims to be in the poorhouse. Attribute this transformation to “a domestic disease ...

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Book Review (access required)

Summer’s coming, so it must be time for the annual product of the John Grisham legal-bestseller grinder. And Big John, now a part-time Charlottesville resident, has been a bit erratic lately. You say you hated 1993’s The Client, finding it ...

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