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…A higher calling (access required)

Norfolk attorney Henry Austin had just finished a motion session in Virginia Beach and was having a cup of coffee with another lawyer. They discussed the conflicting principles involved in being a Christian and a lawyer. Specifically, they talked about ...

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Bankruptcy filings continue to drop (access required)

Bankruptcy filings in western Virginia continue to decline for a second year, according to second quarter 1993 petition figures released by the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Western District. If the current rate holds, the Court will receive roughly 5,700 ...

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Mathews named to ABA board (access required)

Virginia’s state delegate to the American Bar Association house of delegates, Richmond attorney Roderick B. Mathews, was named to the ABA’s board of governors at the group’s annual convention earlier this month in New York. The 33-member board of governors ...

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Attachment statutes pass muster (access required)

Virginia’s attachment statute is constitutional–at least in large part–a federal district judge in Charlottesville has ruled. Virginia’s prejudgment attachment statute was found to provide adequate protection against undue deprivation of property, under a three-step analysis used by the U.S. Supreme ...

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