Waivers on the fee caps for attorneys who represent indigent defendants will continue after all. The Senate budget had proposed cutting $600,000 out of this year’s budget and eliminating the $4.2 million projected for each of the next two fiscal ...Read More »
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Lawyers who asked the Supreme Court of Virginia to order a court clerk to process their court-appointed fee vouchers withdrew their petition for mandamus last week. Matt Greene of Fairfax, one of the lawyers who claimed that more than $50,000 ...Read More »
A Northern Virginia law firm is asking the Supreme Court of Virginia to order the clerk of the Fairfax County Juvenile & Domestic Relations Court to process a backlog of fee vouchers for court appointed lawyers. Mike Arif and Matt ...Read More »
Richmond attorney Tony Troy claims a circuit judge erred when he slashed Troy’s attorney fee request in an action related to the Gloucester County government battles. Troy is asking the Supreme Court of Virginia to review the decision to award ...Read More »
A credit reporting service has escaped the Matrix for payment of attorney’s fees for violating federal fair credit reporting statutes. The popular “Laffey Matrix” schedule is used in the Washington, D.C., area to award attorney’s fees. For the second time ...Read More »
And the winner in the latest round between Chesterfield County Circuit Clerk Judy Worthington and Chesterfield Chief Judge Michael C. Allen is… Allen. This morning the Supreme Court of Virginia entered a terse one-page order denying Worthington’s requests for a ...
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