Whether a private plaintiff may sue a surety under Virginia’s CRESPA statute is a question that was certified today to the Supreme Court of Virginia by the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. Several Virginia state and federal courts that ...Read More »
Come listen to the tale of Tammy Taylor and Curtis Cole. Cole married Taylor in 1995. Somewhere along the way, the romance must have faded. In 2005, Cole went through a marriage ceremony with Donna Vincent without first divorcing Taylor. ...Read More »
Guy K. Tower, who stepped down last month after six years as executive director of the Virginia Bar Association, has rejoined The McCammon Group. Tower was a founding member of The McCammon Group in 1995 before leaving in 2003 to ...Read More »
Hoping to avoid prison reprisals, convicted DC sniper Lee Boyd Malvo asked a Wise County judge to legally change his name. The judge refused Friday, saying a circuit court name-change order would be futile. Malvo, along with his mentor John ...Read More »
The Virginia State Bar’s Standing Committee on Legal Ethics again has tweaked its proposed revisions of the rules that govern lawyer advertising. The most substantive change is elimination of an earlier proposal to require lawyers to retain copies of their ...Read More »
A restaurant chain’s settlement of servers’ overtime-pay claims will not be sealed, an Alexandria U.S. District Court said earlier this month. The employer urged confidentiality and the employees acquiesced, according to the court’s opinion in Miles v. Ruby Tuesday Inc., ...
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