A divorce court’s interpretation of a PSA to figure the trigger for the father’s support obligation did not rewrite their agreement, the Court of Appeals of Virginia ruled today. The 2010 property settlement agreement between Brian and Gracie McPhail said ...Read More »
The capital defender for the central region of Virginia, David Baugh, has quit the post, according to reports. On his Facebook page, Baugh alludes to a “humiliating” event on Thursday, using the word “betrayed,” and states, “I have resigned as ...
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Laura Flippin, the northern Virginia lawyer who was found guilty of public intoxication last summer, has resigned from the College of William and Mary Board of Visitors, according to the Virginia Gazette and other media outlets. Flippin participated in the ...Read More »
Citizens of the commonwealth’s capitol city may recall how they swelled with pride to learn last year that Richmond residents are among the most-tattooed folks in the country. A survey reported by MSNBC said Richmond, at number three the “most ...Read More »
Roanoke Circuit Judge Jonathan M. Apgar has announced he will retire in the spring. In a letter to Virginia Chief Justice Cynthia D. Kinser, Apgar said he will retire effective April 1, at the end of his current term. Formerly ...Read More »
A group of female managers who alleged pay discrimination by defendant Dollar Tree Stores Inc. could not save their suit with a claim that their request to amend their complaint tolled the limitations period to file a Title VII claim. ...Read More »
A seaman claiming injuries stemming from a fateful shore leave in Korea may have to retry his case against a Norfolk shipping company. The decision by the Supreme Court of Virginia ends the seaman’s hope to reinstate a $25-million jury ...Read More »