The pit bull that belonged to the son of Elsie Campbell was a bad dog all right. So bad, in fact, that Campbell wouldn’t get out of her car when she went to the house that she owned and allowed ...Read More »
State law and a memorandum of understanding did not require the State Corporation Commission to give Allegheny Power a rate increase, the Supreme Court of Virginia ruled today in an unpublished order. The Supreme Court said that Allegheny had asked ...
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Bruce C. Britton has been without a valid Virginia law license for 19 years. According to this announcement, on June 27, the State Bar disciplinary board will hear his request for reinstatement. Mr. Britton told the VSB that he wants ...Read More »
A new copyright law opinion from U.S. District Judge Norman Moon gains our notice for several reasons. It sheds light on a niche market — “fine quality jewelry” finger splints. It includes a citation to Green Eggs and Ham. And ...Read More »
High school coaches in Harrisonburg are under scrutiny for allegedly turning a blind eye to student criminal activity, according to the Daily News Record. The article claims that state law requires teachers and coaches to report substance abuse activity, but ...Read More »
Judy Rosenblatt wanted her colleagues on the executive committee of the Virginia State Bar to send a letter to General Assembly members stating the committee’s displeasure at the failure of the legislature to fill judicial vacancies. Almost 30 appointments are ...Read More »
Lawyers for families of 21 of the Virginia Tech shooting victims said today they have agreed to an $11 million settlement with the Commonwealth of Virginia, according to an AP account in The Roanoke Times and other newspapers. At least ...Read More »