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Help Wanted: BBB Seeks Lawyers For Arbitration (access required)

The Better Business Bureau is looking for a few good lawyers to help settle disputes between automobile retailers and purchasers in Richmond and Norfolk. The disputes typically center on the application of the state’s consumer-protection statutes to new-vehicle warranties. The ...

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Richmond Courts Boast New High-Tech Cameras (access required)

Thanks to the generosity of a former judge, trial lawyers practicing in Richmond can present evidence on state-of-the-art equipment. Circuit Judge Thomas M. Nance, who left the bench this summer, contributed the funds to purchase two high-resolution document cameras and ...

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Jurisdictional Differences Abound In NoVa (access required)

FAIRFAX – Some Virginians tend to see the northern part of the state as a single region, united by sprawling housing developments, office parks and chronic congestion. But lawyers who practice in Northern Virginia should know that the region’s localities ...

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Court Won't Hear Appeal In Y's Case (access required)

The Supreme Court of Virginia has declined to hear the appeal of a circuit judge’s ruling that stripped the YMCA of charitable immunity in a slip-and-fall case. Earlier this year, Chesapeake Circuit Judge Bruce H. Kushner ruled that charitable immunity ...

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