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Tag Archives: Administrative

Leaving Children With Sex Offender Was ‘Neglect’ (access required)

A Roanoke City Circuit Court rejects a petition for review of findings by the social services department that petitioner mother physically neglected her children by knowingly leaving them with an unregistered sex offender whom she knew had been convicted of ...

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Waterman Had No Standing in Oyster Lease Case (access required)

Appellants, including a commercial wa­terman, did not have standing to challenge a circuit court order upholding a decision of the Virginia Marine Resources Commission to grant oyster harvesting ground leases to two individual lessees in areas that previ­ously allowed public ...

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SSA Claim Remanded for ‘Special Technique’ Reg (access required)

On a matter of first impression in this circuit, the 4th Circuit holds that an administrative law judge’s failure to follow the “special technique” required while evaluating a claimant’s mental impairment may constitute harmless error; however, it was not harmless ...

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No Standing for Nursing Home Challenger (access required)

The Court of Appeals upholds a circuit court decision affirming the State Health Commissioner’s denial of appellant NHC Healthcare/Bristol LLC’s petition seeking good cause standing status under Va. Code § 32.1-102.6(G), in order to participate in proceedings before the commissioner ...

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