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Corinne J. Magee (access required)

Corinne J. Magee didn’t hesitate once she perceived the potential impact of the civil remedial fees approved by the General Assembly this year. “I want to be in the midst of things, and I knew it was an issue that ...

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Robert R. Hatten (access required)

In 2007, the Supreme Court of Virginia upheld a $3.4 million award to the family of a Newport News shipyard worker who died from malignant mesothelioma, a disease caused by exposure to asbestos. The Newport News lawyer who won the ...

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Robert L. Harris Sr. (access required)

Retired Judge Robert L. Harris Sr. has reached nearly $1 billion in the value of settlements he’s helped bring about through means of alternative dispute resolution. Harris is one of the original members of The McCammon Group, a nearly 60-member ...

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L. Steven Emmert (access required)

Virginia Beach lawyer Steve Emmert started his Web site, Virginia Appellate News & Analysis (www.virginia-appeals.com), in January 2005. In a video introduction at the site, he explains his reasons: His personal passion, he says, is appellate law. The site is ...

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Betsy Wells Edwards (access required)

As a public relations professional, Betsy Wells Edwards has to believe that the public—and legislators—will respond to the right message. She has proof in her background. She was touting the benefits of safety belts and child restraints for the Virginia ...

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Wyatt B. Durrette Jr. (access required)

A virtual law firm. Let that sink in for a minute. No office. No jostling for parking spaces. Meetings in real time with colleagues and/or clients across the country over the Internet. Meet the XDL Group. Richmond lawyer Wyatt Durrette ...

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Richard Cullen (access required)

Richard Cullen long has been among the most visible of the partners at McGuireWoods LLP, the Richmond-based legal giant. That visibility has been enhanced by two relatively brief forays into the public sector—as the U.S. attorney for the Eastern District ...

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Richard Bonnie (access required)

University of Virginia law professor Richard J. Bonnie would prefer that the Virginia Tech massacre had not occurred and become a focal point of the state commission on mental health reform that he heads. “But it would compound the tragedy ...

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