The U.S. Senate confirmed this afternoon the nomination of Arenda L. Wright Allen for a U.S. district judgeship in Norfolk. Allen has been an assistant federal defender in Norfolk since December 2005 and has headed the office for the past ...Read More »
The law office of B. Cullen Gibson in Norfolk has won the Attorney General’s Cup for raising the most food per person in the fifth annual Legal Food Frenzy. The frenzy raised more than 1.6 million pounds of food for ...Read More »
The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has released the names of the panel set to hear oral arguments this morning in two Virginia cases that ruled on constitutional challenges to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. The judges ...Read More »
John A. Gibney Jr. has been sworn in as a U.S. District Court judge by Senior Virginia Supreme Court Justice Harry L. Carrico, for whom Gibney clerked in 1976. Also present in the large seventh floor courtroom in the federal ...Read More »
The federal government’s top appellate lawyer, Acting Solicitor General Neal K. Katyal, will defend the constitutionality of the federal health care law in two cases before the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Tuesday. His adversaries will be Mathew ...Read More »
The Virginia Association of Women Judges has awarded $500 scholarships to two Virginia high school students who wrote winning essays about the benefits of women’s full participation in the legislative and judicial branches of government. The VAWJ presented its scholarship ...
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A hearing-impaired employee who sued Walmart for disability discrimination forfeited both her lawyer and her claim for damages when she lied about receiving mental health treatment. Stephanie Holmes worked four years as a stocker for a Walmart in Alexandria. She ...Read More »