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Doctors behaving badly

A much-sued former surgeon has lost his bid for bankruptcy protection because a judge found he lied to hide his assets. In an eight-month stint at a hospital in suburban Charleston, W.Va., osteopathic spine surgeon John A. King managed to ...

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No recovery for dog mauling death

A Spotsylvania County family left the courthouse empty handed yesterday after a jury refused to blame animal control officers for the brutal dog mauling death of an 82-year-old woman. Represented by Charlottesville’s Tom Albro, the family contended that the county ...

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Consumer protection for space tourist

A disappointed space tourist can sue under Virginia consumer protection law, an Alexandria U.S. District Court ruled March 3. Japanese internet tycoon Daisuke Enomoto agreed in 2004 to pay Space Adventures Ltd., located in Vienna, $20 million to facilitate his ...

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W & L law school gets $2 million gift

The Washington and Lee University law school has received a $2 million gift to support its new program for third-year law students.The gift is from John Huss, a member of the law class, and his wife, Ruth. Three-fourths of the ...

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