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Trial lawyers learn from experts, judges (access required)

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HOT SPRINGS – Virginia plaintiffs’ lawyers witnessed stark contrasts in courtroom styles as successful trial attorneys showcased their craft during the annual gathering of the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association at The Homestead last month. New Jersey lawyer Tom Vesper donned ...

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No Injunction on Accounting Noncompete (access required)

A Norfolk Circuit Court denies plaintiff employer’s motion for a preliminary injunction in this suit alleging violation of a noncompete agreement. When assessing the function element of noncompete clauses, the court determines whether the prohibited activity is of the same ...

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No Dismissal for Missing ‘Necessary Party’ (access required)

In plaintiffs’ suit against a condominium association, a Norfolk Circuit Court denies defendant’s motion to dismiss the suit on the ground that all mortgagees and owners of the condominiums are necessary parties, and plaintiffs have failed to join all necessary ...

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Plaintiff May Amend for ‘Gross Negligence’ (access required)

In litigation arising from an officer’s automobile collision with another vehicle, the Norfolk Circuit Court will allow plaintiff to amend the complaint to allege gross negligence. Gross negligence means something more than lack of ordinary care. The court defines gross ...

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Report criticizes Va. judges on child abuse cases

Only a small percentage of suspected crimes against children are prosecuted in Virginia, and very few of those cases result in meaningful prison sentences, a child advocacy group says in a new report. The National Association to PROTECT Children sent the ...

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