Tag Archives: Judge Richard D. Taylor Jr.

Deferred disposition case offers divergent views (access required)

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Virginia lawyers continue to look for signs of movement in the state of the law on deferred dispositions. A new opinion from the Court of Appeals of Virginia highlights differences among three judges on the procedural posture of a deferred ...

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‘The Virginia way’ still works in practice of law (access required)

VTLA member, Julia Cillo, moderated the panel

The ”Virginia way” in politics has taken a beating, but the “Virginia way” of practicing law survives, according to lawyers who regularly square off against each other in court. Civility is the hallmark of the “Virginia way” of law practice, ...

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Domestic Relations – Spousal Support Reduction – Material Change (access required)

A wife can earn only $ 12,400 annually and not the $22,000 income imputed to her in a 1992 spousal support order, but she can make penalty-free withdrawals from her IRA, and the trial court grants husband’s request to modify ...

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Employment – Contract – Noncompete – Competitive Activity (access required)

A noncompete agreement will not be enforced against a defendant who left BB&T Insurance because the noncompete provision is so broad it would prevent defendant from encouraging any BB&T employee or even, an independent contract janitor, from pursuing higher education, ...

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