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Tag Archives: Justice LeRoy F. Millette Jr.

No Standing to Sue For Gender-Identity School Policy (access required)

A high school student does not have standing to sue the county school board based on the student’s alleged distress over potential repercussions from the school board’s expansion of its anti-discrimination and anti-harassment policy; the Supreme Court also affirms a ...

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Taking of billboard an issue in condemnation – $1.2 Million Settlement (access required)

In connection with the Route 123/Route 1 interchange project in Woodbridge, VDOT condemned portions of property owned by Mr. Gupta and his family. The certificates of take filed in the matter explicitly reference taking two billboards–one owned by Clear Channel ...

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The Empty Chair (access required)

Empty Chair in an Interrogation Room

Despite a plea from trial lawyers for guidance on when a defendant can cast blame on outsiders in a tort case, the Supreme Court of Virginia’s latest ruling on the issue of superseding cause is unlikely to resolve the issue. ...

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