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Bristol lawyer revoked by VSB

The Virginia State Bar has revoked the law license of a Bristol lawyer following sanctions in two bankruptcy courts. W. Shawn McDaniel was disbarred effective May 16 by a VSB Disciplinary Board panel considering six ethics complaints against him. McDaniel ...

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Deeds may sue over son’s death

(AP) State Sen. Creigh Deeds may sue a local community services board over treatment his son received shortly before attacking the lawmaker, then killing himself last year. Deeds’ lawyer, Monica Mroz of Roanoke, said Thursday that Deeds has filed a ...

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Frenzy logs 1.4 million pounds of food

The Virginia legal community raised the equivalent of more than 1.4 million pounds of food for Virginia’s hungry during a two-week drive in April. The announcement was made by Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring. The Legal Food Frenzy, a collaboration ...

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Assembly fixes worrisome ‘loophole’

Appellate lawyers are known to fret about deadlines, but one source of worry has been eliminated by the 2014 General Assembly. Eleventh-hour filers facing some holiday-season court closings had cause for concern. The law – Va. Code § 1-210 – ...

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