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Hall and Marsh gain honors from VTLA (access required)

WILLIAMSBURG—Reston lawyer Robert T. Hall and Sen. Henry L. Marsh III of Richmond received special awards from the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association at the group’s annual meeting earlier this month. In addition, Peter J. Neufeld, co-founder of The Innocence Project ...

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McGuireWoods adds an office in London (access required)

McGuireWoods LLP will merge with a 36-lawyer firm based in London on May 1, a move that will more than double the firm’s foreign-based contingent of attorneys. “This is a great day in the history of McGuireWoods,” firm chairman Richard ...

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Damages cap now on tap (access required)

The 2009 General Assembly session is more or less over. Only the April 8 veto session, in which the legislature considers bills vetoed or amended by the governor, remains. The anticipated battle over an increase in the medical malpractice damages ...

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Obituary (access required)

Leroy T. Canoles Jr. Leroy T. “Buddy” Canoles Jr., a founding partner of Kaufman & Canoles, the largest law firm based in Hampton Roads, died March 17. He was 83. A lifelong resident of Norfolk, Mr. Canoles was a certified ...

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2009 VTLA Officers are elected (access required)

The Virginia Trial Lawyers Association elected new officers at its annual meeting in Williamsburg March 14. Fairfax lawyer Sandra M. Rohrstaff is the new president (see profile, VLW, March 23, 2009). The other officers are: • President-elect: Matthew B. Murray, Allen, ...

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