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A 3-2 decision? (access required)

Only five justices will hear many, if not most, of the cases during this week’s arguments before the Supreme Court of Virginia. The decision to hear the cases without the addition of one or two senior justices appears to be ...

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Court rules in wrongful attachment case (access required)

An Augusta County judge properly calculated the measure of damages to construction materials for horse stalls that had been wrongly attached for eight years, the Supreme Court of Virginia said today in an unpublished order. Kenneth D. Pittkin posted a ...

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New rules take effect (access required)

A set of revisions to the Virginia rules of court took effect May 2, but don’t worry if you forgot to double check the changes this week. The updates are primarily housekeeping in nature. One of the changes clarifies the ...

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Law firm can’t sue over loss of client (access required)

On April 21, the Virginia Supreme Court affirmed dismissal of a law firm’s complaint that U.S. Rep. Gerry Connolly – as then-chair of the Fairfax supervisors – torpedoed the firm’s longstanding relationship with the county housing authority.  Connolly (D, VA-11) had publicly argued ...

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