The husband of a woman killed in an abortive abduction and robbery in Northern Virginia has recovered $2.6 million in settlements with both the mall where she was abducted and a convenience store where she was forced to try to ...Read More »
As high school football season gets underway, there’s a new consciousness about head injuries. That consciousness is altering procedures for detecting concussions and for requiring rest after injury. It’s also leading to litigation. Michael Rouchleau was a junior on the ...
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AUGUSTA, Ga. — Regent University, the Virginia Beach-based school founded by television preacher Pat Robertson, is suing a new Georgia university, saying its new name is too similar and will create confusion. Regent announced last Wednesday it is filing the ...Read More »
FRONT ROYAL — A Virginia judge has signed off on the divorce of celebrity White House gate crashers Tareq and Michaele Salahi. Tareq Salahi filed for divorce in Warren County last September, claiming his wife was having an affair with ...Read More »
SPOTSVYLVANIA — A Spotsylvania man has been convicted in a drunken driving case for the 12th time. Forty-four-year-old David Maron Apraham pleaded guilty last Tuesday in Spotsylvania Circuit Court to felony driving under the influence, driving on a suspended license ...Read More »
Virginia Lawyers Weekly is pleased to provide the results of the VLW 2012 Alternative Dispute Resolution Survey. This project provides information about ADR providers across Virginia. For a fee, participants had the opportunity to provide basic information about their ADR ...
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Attorneys engaged in settling personal injury suits say the process for squaring away Medicare’s secondary payer rights is still a mess, and some suspect that new required reporting, from which Medicare collects data on personal injury settlements, is only making ...Read More »
A high-flying business deal to give airplane passengers in-flight Internet has crash-landed, winding up in Richmond federal court. It’s an oft-told tale, the court said: A business deal, all “optimism and cooperation” at the outset, is soured by funding problems ...Read More »
Donald Trump’s effort to get a bargain price on “Albemarle House,” the 23,000-square-foot former home of John and Patricia Kluge, foundered in federal court this month. A Charlottesville federal judge declared the New York developer does not have a right ...Read More »
Fifteen motorcyclists rode out of the southeast into downtown Richmond. Their goal? To fight convictions under Virginia’s motorcycle helmet law. Represented by a lawyer from “a motorcycle law group,” an even dozen of the bikers came away from the Court ...Read More »