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No SCC certificate, no million-dollar win (access required)

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The Supreme Court of Virginia has overturned one of the common­wealth’s largest verdicts for 2015, because one of the winning tele­com companies was not properly registered with the State Corpora­tion Commission prior to entry of the final judgment. Although Virginia ...

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Fees are a dollar short, but case can stay in court (access required)

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A personal injury plaintiff avoided disaster this month when a Montgomery County judge ruled that his last-minute lawsuit was not too late, even though the check to cover the filing and process fees was a dollar short. The deadline passed ...

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Court: Judges can advocate on courthouse issues (access required)

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Two judges who vigorously advocated against a courthouse relocation referendum did not commit judicial misconduct, the Supreme Court of Virginia has ruled. The unanimous court dismissed judicial ethics charges against Senior Court of Appeals Judge Rudolph Bumgardner III and retired ...

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Judicial ethics panel seeks sanctions for Bristol judge (access required)

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The state commission that enforces judicial ethics has recommended the Supreme Court of Virginia remove or censure Bristol Juvenile and Domestic Relations Judge Kurt J. Pomrenke. The ethics complaint filed in the Supreme Court July 10 stems from Pomrenke’s attempts ...

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