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Second homeowners’ suit is rejected

A second lawsuit challenging the authority of a Virginia homeowners’ association has been thrown out of court. The winners last week were property owner groups in both the large-scale gated community of Lake Holiday in Frederick County and the small Dogwood Valley ...

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Thro to move to Christopher Newport

William E. Thro will step down next week after four years as Virginia’s solicitor general to become university counsel at Christopher Newport University. Thro’s deputy, Stephen R. McCullough will become solicitor general. The solicitor section in the attorney general’s office ...

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The NRC’s secret plan for less secrecy

That seems to be one possible take on this story from The (Lynchburg) News & Advance. The Lynchburg area is home to a plant (right) that processes highly-enriched uranium, the stuff that’s used in Navy nuclear reactors.  It’s not always ...

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Warner ducks TV debate

Just as former Gov. Mark Warner was basking in the limelight after his keynote address at the Democratic National Convention in Denver comes word that he’s balked at a broadcast debate with his Republican foe back in Virginia. According to ...

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As Jimmy Durante said …

… everybody wants to get into the act. Today comes word from Washington Post blogger Tim Craig that Terry McAuliffe, energetic Democratic fundraiser, McLean businessman, and lawyer who apparently has never practiced law, is considering a run for governor. McAuliffe ...

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Abingdon’s Rogers Stuart dies

Former delegate and former Virginia Bar Association president George Rogers Clark Stuart of Abingdon died Saturday at 83.  According to his obituary in the Bristol Herald Courier, Mr. Stuart served in decisive Army action in World War II.  He practiced ...

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Breakfast with the judge, and more

Senior U.S. District Judge Glen M. Williams now can add “interpreter and host” to his lengthy resume. Steve Minor directed our attention to a travelogue by New York writer Thomas Beller in Travel + Leisure magazine that features conversations with ...

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Breakfast with the judge, and more

Senior U.S. District Judge Glen M. Williams now can add “interpreter and host” to his lengthy resume. Steve Minor directed our attention to a travelogue by New York writer Thomas Beller in Travel + Leisure magazine that features conversations with ...

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Lunchin’ with the judge

We note with interest that Roanokers soon will enjoy a new downtown dining option with a legal theme. According to this item in The Roanoke Times, “Judges Chambers,” a breakfast and lunch place, will be opening within walking distance of ...

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Lunchin’ with the judge

We note with interest that Roanokers soon will enjoy a new downtown dining option with a legal theme. According to this item in The Roanoke Times, “Judges Chambers,” a breakfast and lunch place, will be opening within walking distance of ...

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