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The long arm of Ohio

A Virginia man who posted allegedly defamatory comments on Internet message boards about an Ohio-based company has to defend himself in Ohio, according to the Buckeye State’s highest court. The plaintiff company, which makes racing equipment, is based in Glenmont, ...

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Quite a lesson

What are they teaching in school these days? Up at Albemarle High School in Charlottesville, you can learn about the nine amendments to the Constitution in the Bill of Rights. Nine amendments? Yep, at Albemarle High, they apparently don’t have ...

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O Happy Day

The people who passed the February 2010 Virginia bar exam are now lawyers. The Virginia State Bar held its Admission and Orientation ceremony yesterday at the Richmond Convention Center. The seven justices of the Supreme Court of Virginia were there; ...

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Missing in action?

Forty-eight states have joined an amicus brief in the appeal of a $5 million verdict in favor of a man who sued protesters who showed up at his son’s funeral. Virginia is one of the two states (Maine is the ...

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Walking the walk

WILLIAMSBURG–Walmart sometimes takes a beating. How many items have you read where a local preservationist group has banded together to keep a Walmart from being built on some site? The company, on the other hand, has become a national leader ...

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Pomp and circumstance

It’s graduation season, and all across Virginia, indeed the country, schools will be holding commencement ceremonies, conferring degrees and welcoming new members of the community of educated individuals. Some law schools graduate their students with everyone else, and some schools ...

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