There’s nothing like a government study to confirm the conventional wisdom. Lawyers who practice in federal court likely already know it helps to talk to the lawyer on the other side to plan how to proceed with discovery. Quickie confabs ...Read More »
Virginia judicial leaders are getting ready to take a close look at how busy the state’s judges are. Supreme Court Chief Justice Cynthia D. Kinser has appointed an 18-member advisory committee to assist the court in its General Assembly-mandated study ...Read More »
The Supreme Court of Virginia is back in town June 4, hearing a docket that includes several cases from Fairfax, including: attorney’s fees in a collections case (Dewberry & Davis Inc. v. C3NS Inc.); a ; the right to nonsuit ...Read More »
Call it a double benchslap. A Virginia Court of Appeals panel Tuesday delivered a scathing opinion that takes both lawyers to task in a bitter and widely publicized divorce case involving a couple with both legal and political connections. The ...Read More »
Three lawyers in Virginia have been tapped as Fellows of the American College of Trial Lawyers. According to Charlottesville lawyer Thomas E. Albro, Virginia state chair, the college recently inducted these individuals: Claire Cardwell, Richmond William E. Glover, Fredericksburg John ...Read More »
The Virginia Association of Women Judges recently awarded its annual $500 scholarship to Dildora Rakhmatullaeva, a graduating high school senior who wrote an essay about the benefits of women’s full participation in the legislative and judicial branches of government. For ...
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