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Plaintiff Sanctioned for False Virginity Claim (access required)

In a college student’s suit alleging she was sexually assaulted in a dorm room by a fellow student after consuming drugged al¬cohol at an on-campus party “spon­sored” by a college orientation peer advi­sor, the Norfolk Circuit Court sanctions the student ...

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Acting out of school (access required)

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A well-meaning effort to make college campuses safer may have spawned harsh procedures and penalties that ignore basic guarantees of fairness, some ad­vocates are saying. While many have welcomed campus changes that protect victims of sexual violence, others say some ...

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Defense: Delay in surgery meant it was unnecessary – $103,500 Verdict (access required)

Plaintiff, 59, passenger and her husband were on way home from church on a Sun­day afternoon with intentions to run through Target on their way for lunch at Arby’s when they were rear-ended. Defen­dant was driving a large Hummer; plaintiff ...

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Court Rejects ‘Criminal Act’ Policy Exclusion (access required)

In a disabled adult’s suit seeking damages for second-degree burns she suffered in 2011 while in the care of de­fendant home health agency’s employee/ independent contractor, the Norfolk Cir­cuit Court denies summary judgment to defendant insurance company based on its ...

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Email Satisfies ‘Written Demand’ to Corporation (access required)

An email sent by an executor of the es­tate of the 70-percent owner of a Virginia Beach mini-golf course to the 30-percent owner and president proposing a resolu­tion of their dispute satisfied the stat­utory requirements for a valid written demand ...

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Man developed flesh-eating disease in tooth – $3,743,671.23 Verdict (access required)

On July 27, 2010, plaintiff called defendant’s office due to pain he had been experiencing for approximately two weeks from a badly decayed tooth (#31, a lower right 2nd molar). A different dentist had advised plaintiff 18 months prior that ...

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