Davison M. Douglas, the Arthur B. Hanson Professor of Law, has been named the next dean of the William & Mary law school. Douglas succeeds Taylor Reveley, who served as dean of the law school for nearly 10 years before ...Read More »
A woman whose boss accessed her personal e-mail account from points all over the globe cannot collect her damage and attorney’s fee awards totaling more than $410,000, the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said yesterday. Bonnie Van Alstyne sued ...
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The Greenbrier Hotel Corp. has filed for Chapter 11 protection in the U.S. bankruptcy court in Richmond, but hopes to continue operations without any changes, according to a company news release. The popular West Virginia resort seeks approval of a ...Read More »
West Virginia’s governor has turned to Donald Trump as a possible purchaser of the famed Greenbrier resort, a favorite meeting spot for Virginia legal groups. Gov. Joe Manchin tells the Associated Press Trump is one of several potential buyers he’s ...Read More »
Founders of the Innocence Project will receive the 2009 Thomas Jefferson Foundation medal in law. Barry C. Scheck and Peter J. Neufeld created the Innocence Project in 1992 as a nonprofit legal clinic in New York City, according to the ...Read More »