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Washington v. United Parcel Service

In a workers' compensation appeal, the Court of Appeals erred in addressing an issue of causal connection that was not properly before that court and not properly before the Commission. As a result, there was no basis for concluding that the claimant would be unjustly enriched by receiving benefits to which he was not entitled. A prior award of benefits remains valid, and the refusal to assess a 20% penalty was error. The judgment is reversed and the case is remanded for further proceedings. (Revised 3/8/04)

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The Dunbar Group LLC v. Tignor

In litigation involving the requested expulsion of a member of a limited liability company and an application for judicial dissolution of that entity, the trial court's judgment is affirmed in part, reversed in part, and final judgment is entered.

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Wright v. Kaye

In a medical malpractice action, the trial court erred in striking the plaintiff's expert witnesses and granting summary judgment for the defendant doctor. The court also erred in failing to grant certain in limine motions to exclude the discussions about risks of surgery and to bar certain hearsay statements. Other in limine motions were correctly decided. The judgment of the trial court is affirmed in part, reversed in part, and remanded for further proceedings.

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Lewis v. Commonwealth

No error is found in a review of the sentences of death imposed upon defendant after her guilty plea to charges of capital murder for hire in violation of Code &#167 18.2-31(2), robbery and related firearms offenses. There is no reason to commute the death sentences, and the judgment of the circuit court is affirmed.

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Kay v. City of Norfolk

Summary affirmance: No error in denial of claim for benefits as appellant failed to prove she sustained injury by accident arising out of employment.

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Hardy v. Hardy

No error in the trial court's determination that the best interest of the children would be served by not terminating mother's parental rights, and by allowing them to stay in the stable environment of foster care,is supported by the evidence.

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Aylor v. COMMONWEALTH

Appellant waived his argument by submitting the "weapon" issue to the jury and then expressly conceding the sufficiency of the evidence on this issue, we affirm.

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Norfolk Division of Social Services v. Hardy

No error in the trial court's determination that the best interest of the children would be served by not terminating mother's parental rights, and by allowing them to stay in the stable environment of foster care,is supported by the evidence.

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Yarborough v. COMMONWEALTH

The jury was properly instructed on the use of prior inconsistent statements at the close of all the evidence, we affirm appellant's conviction and remand for correction of the clerical error.

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Newman v. Newman

Upon Rehearing En Banc no error in denying husband's "Motion to Eliminate and/or Reduce" his contractual obligation to pay spousal support.

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