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SCC Could Not Deduct Internet Revenues (access required)

The Virginia Supreme Court upholds the State Corporation Commission’s decision that it had no authority to deduct a telecommunications company’s Internet-related revenues when determining the gross receipts it certifies to the Virginia Department of Taxation. Level 3 Communications LLC filed ...

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Med-mal claim against radiology group reinstated (access required)

A divided Supreme Court of Virginia has held that six MRIs performed by a radiology group over three years amounted to continuous treatment of a woman who suffered from numbness and pain on the right side of her face. Because ...

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Recusal can be a touchy moment for a lawyer (access required)

It can be a ticklish and touchy moment for a lawyer: the judge in a case has a conflict and needs to pass the file to a colleague. But whether, and how, to ask a judge to recuse herself can ...

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GMU Gun Regulation Is Constitutional (access required)

A regulation that prohibits carrying a firearm in George Mason University’s academic buildings, administrative offices, student residences and dining facilities, or while attending sporting, entertainment and educational events, does not violate the Constitution of Virginia or the U.S. Constitution, the ...

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Taxation – Commercial Property – ‘Universality’ Rule – Transportation Improvements (access required)

The owners of commercially zoned real estate in Fairfax County lose their constitutional challenge to tax assessments under Va. Code §§ 58.1-3221.3 and 33.1-435, as the Supreme Court of Virginia says the property owners have failed to meet their burden ...

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