An employee who says he was fired within an hour after his employer discovered that he reported the company for safety violations will be trying to hang on to a punitive damages award when the Supreme Court of Virginia hears ...Read More »
A property management unit of Anheuser-Busch in Williamsburg is on the hook for $11 million in mold remediation costs after the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals held that the company’s insurer was not liable. The 8th Circuit, applying Missouri ...Read More »
Go to a Disney theme park and you will understand the client experience. From the moment you touch their world until the moment you leave it, Disney wants you to have a uniformly high-quality, distinctively Disney time. A guest’s experience ...Read More »
Have you ever worked with someone who’s a poor listener? Probably you have: someone who never understands what you’re saying, who doesn’t seem to pay attention, who may even interrupt you constantly. Alternatively, you may have been surprised by a ...Read More »
After weeks of wrangling over who should serve the next full term on the Supreme Court of Virginia, the General Assembly March 10 elected Court of Appeals Judge Stephen R. McCullough to the high court. The emergence of McCullough as ...Read More »
While at odds over choices for appellate court seats, the General Assembly had little trouble finding agreement on 22 candidates for trial court judgeships. The House and Senate elected the judge candidates and a new member of the Judicial Inquiry ...Read More »
A consultant hired by a two-man dental practice is facing a claim for treble damages and attorney’s fees under Virginia’s business conspiracy statutes. Last month, a Harrisonburg federal court refused to dismiss the suit filed by Frederick Broadhead, DMD, against ...
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