A mistaken attachment to an email sent to a group of top law students at the University of Virginia illustrates how easy it is to compromise the highly confidential information that resides alongside the mundane data on computers. While trying ...Read More »
The Old Dominion Bar Association elected new officers and committee members at its recent annual conference, held in Tysons Corner last month. Helivi Holland of Suffolk was elected to serve as president for 2014-15. Other new officers are: President Elect: ...
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A Fairfax County lawyer in practice for nearly four decades has been convicted of stealing money from a client, an elderly widow. James G. Kincheloe, Jr., 66, of Fauquier County pleaded guilty Thursday to embezzling funds from the client and ...Read More »
(AP) The Supreme Court of Virginia has overturned the convictions of a former Democratic Party official who was accused of molesting three children. Michael Armin Gardner was convicted of molesting two girls who attended a slumber party for his daughter’s ...Read More »
(AP) GlaxoSmithKline will pay Virginia more than $2 million as part of a settlement between the drug maker and 45 states. Attorney General Mark R. Herring says the $105 million settlement resolves allegations that GlaxoSmithKline improperly marketed the asthma drug ...Read More »
(AP) A former Richmond developer awaiting sentencing for fraudulently obtaining historic tax credits has pleaded guilty to two additional charges. Billy Gene Jefferson Jr. pleaded guilty in federal court Wednesday to unlawful transfer of a false identification document and aggravated ...Read More »
Albemarle County Circuit Judge Cheryl Higgins said Tuesday she would not consider evidence of ineffective assistance of counsel before sentencing in the case of a man convicted of abducting a 20-year-old woman. Mark Weiner’s lawyers claim cell phone records undermine ...Read More »
(AP) A federal judge said Tuesday that he will rule in about two weeks on whether a jury will get to consider a $40 million lawsuit filed by a University of Virginia student who fled in terror when her vehicle ...Read More »
A hospital defending an employment case cannot obtain a “mirror image” of a fired employee’s home computer hard drives, a Harrisonburg federal court said on June 2. Granting such access would be “exhaustive and intrusive,” said U.S. Magistrate Judge James G. ...Read More »
Governor Terry McAuliffe announced his appointments to the governing boards of Virginia’s public colleges and universities June 2. The boards that govern Virginia’s higher education system include the Boards of Visitors for Virginia colleges and universities, the Virginia State Board ...
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