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News in Brief for Aug. 7, 1995 (access required)

St. John named to E.D. bankruptcy bench Chesapeake bankruptcy attorney Stephen C. St. John has been named to the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District by the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. St. John has been in private ...

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Conrad makes pitch to clerks (access required)

Richmond Vice-Mayor John A. Conrad last week invited summer law clerks “to join the new community we’re trying to develop” in Central Virginia. He pointed to plans for riverfront development, economic growth and regional cooperation as strengths of the region. ...

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News in Brief for July 24, 1995 (access required)

Appeals court to take DUI appeal en banc The DUI double-jeopardy defense will bypass a three-judge panel at the Court of Appeals and go directly to an en banc hearing under an order issued last week. The court decided on ...

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Debtor can't discharge debts after dismissal (access required)

When a debtor’s bankruptcy petition was dismissed “with prejudice,” the debts listed in the petition became permanently nondischargeable, a federal judge in Charlottesville has ruled. The judge rejected the debtor’s argument that the dismissal order only barred her from refiling ...

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