Although a Norfolk independent producer’s video series on caring for aging parents, that she provided to defendant network during negotiations, shares a general theme with a later production by defendant network, the network’s program provides an intimate glimpse into lives ...Read More »
Monthly Archives: May 2009
An Alexandria U.S. District Court dismisses a woman’s suit alleging violations of the federal Fair Housing Act and the Virginia Fair Housing Law because the Condominium Owners’ Association refused to provide her with a reserved handicapped parking space in front ...Read More »
StateScape, a website that sells access to its searchable, proprietary database of local, state and federal bills and regulations, cannot sue defendants – including a former client-turned-competitor, a second former client, and a former marketing director hired by the competitor ...Read More »
Joining the 7th, 8th and 11th Circuits, the 4th Circuit holds that a defendant’s use of a peer-to-peer file sharing program for child pornography means he can be sentenced for distribution, as well as possession; defendant’s sentence of 97 months, ...Read More »
The 4th Circuit vacates a sentence of probation for a defendant convicted of weapons possession as a convicted felon who was eligible for a guidelines sentence of 37 to 46 months, because the judge did not state any particularized basis ...Read More »
Former U.S. Sen. John Warner received the annual Rule of Law Award presented by the Virginia Holocaust Museum and the Virginia Law Foundation Friday in a place that he said is “a constant reminder to this generation and to future ...Read More »
Five Virginia homeowners – on behalf of “hundreds” with similar claims – have filed a class action lawsuit against the manufacturer, supplier, and installers of allegedly-tainted Chinese drywall used in their homes. Norfolk attorney Richard J. Serpe filed the suit ...
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House Republican Whip Eric Cantor told the Richmond Bar Association today that Washington is “very divided – much more divided than need be and much more divided than the country at large.” Cantor’s 7th Congressional District includes part of ...Read More »
The Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission has recommended that the Supreme Court of Virginia censure Virginia Beach J&DR Judge Ramona D. Taylor. The commission alleged that Taylor violated judicial ethics by acting “intentionally to thwart a juvenile defendant’s attempt to ...
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