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Claims After Nonsuit Are Barred as ‘New’ (access required)

Claims added to a med-mal plaintiff’s recommenced action after nonsuit, alleging defendant physician failed to assess her fetus’s viability, terminated her pregnancy and left her infertile without advising her of other options, are new claims under the “same evidence” test, ...

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School Control Statute Not Valid, Court Says (access required)

Plaintiff Norfolk City School Board wins summary judgment in Norfolk Circuit Court in this declaratory judgment action challenging the constitutionality of a state statute creating the Opportunity Educational Institution Board in the executive branch of the government, which has been ...

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Court Upholds Denial of Cell Phone Tower Permit (access required)

A Fairfax Circuit Court upholds denial of a special permit to a recreation association and a wireless telecommunications carrier to allow construction of a 128-foot stealth monopole and ancillary equipment on the association’s property. Petitioner argues that the Board of ...

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TARP Limit on Exec Severance is ‘Taking’ (access required)

A former bank president is not barred from suing for severance pay under his 2008 contract by federal regulation restricting “golden parachute” payments to top executives of banks that accepted TARP financial assistance, as did defendant banks; the Norfolk Circuit ...

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