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New York judge vents

William H. Pauley III, a federal judge in New York City, didn’t like the case of BrandAid Marketing Corp. v. Cyberian Enterprises Ltd. or the lawyers, one of them  from Richmond, who tried it. He ruled initially in 2005 that ...

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New York judge vents

William H. Pauley III, a federal judge in New York City, didn’t like the case of BrandAid Marketing Corp. v. Cyberian Enterprises Ltd. or the lawyers, one of them  from Richmond, who tried it. He ruled initially in 2005 that ...

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Vick will plead to state dog charges

Michael Vick, professional quarterback and amateur dog trainer, looks to be smoothing his path to re-entry into the football business. Documents in the Surry County courthouse indicate that Vick will plead guilty to his new state dog fighting charges.  Resolution ...

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Man in the lake identified

A pair of amateur genealogists have concluded that those human remains found last month in Mountain Lake are those of Samuel Ira Felder, a telephone company engineer from Troy, New York, who apparently drowned in a boating accident at Mountain ...

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Candidates bring commerce

While the candidates work for votes in Virginia, caravans of vendors follow the candidates, selling a vast array of campaign paraphernalia.  Dozens of vendors outside the Barack Obama rally in Roanoke today offered everything from stickers and buttons to “Obama ...

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VSB Council rejects malpractice proposal

The Virginia State Bar Council resoundingly rejected today a proposal for mandatory legal malpractice insurance by a 60-11 vote. Almost 92 percent of 17,393 state lawyers who represent clients drawn from the public already have such insurance, and only one ...

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EC opposes mandatory insurance

The Executive Committee of the Virginia State Bar voted unanimously this afternoon, with President Manual A. Capsalis abstaining, to recommend rejection of a proposal for mandatory legal malpractice insurance in the state.  Several members at first expressed reluctance to take ...

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