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…Admissions now riskier (access required)

In another issue of first impression in the Melton case, the court held that when a party files an admission, then amends it, the original admission is still admissible as substantive evidence. This ruling could cut back on the use ...

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News in Brief for June 19, 1995 (access required)

Is system too slow for appointing judges? CHARLOTTESVILLE–A national commission sponsored by a University of Virginia institute is looking at why the appointment of federal judges takes so long–more than six months in most cases. “Everybody agrees there’s a problem–senior ...

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Service by fax begins on July 1 (access required)

Lawyers serving as registered agents for corporations–from mom-and-pops to larger outfits–may want to use a new streamlined system for service of process when their clients get sued. The instrument for this new method: the office fax machine. A new law ...

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