A government contractor can collect costs including videography and private process server fees, from its former sales manager who sued for retaliation and defamation by the contractor after the sales manager claimed the contractor fraudulently bid on a contract to ...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 »
Anyone who has ever gotten a defendant’s name wrong and had to figure out how to fix the pleadings will appreciate this item. There is a whole body of law relating to making a mistake on someone’s name or suing ...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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The Roanoke Times earns the honors, with their story about problems on Interstate 81, published today, May 5: Sinkhole de Mayo: Expect delays on Interstate 81 North of LexingtonRead More »
Yvonne C. McGhee, the executive director of the Fairfax Bar Association since 2000, was named today as the new executive director of the Virginia Bar Association. In announcing the appointment, VBA President Pia Trigiani said McGhee “possesses a unique and ...Read More »