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EDVA: Widow’s foreclosure claims don’t show breach of contract (access required)

A plaintiff allegedly trying to assume the loan obligations on a home owned by her late husband did not plausibly allege facts to support her breach-of-contract claims against the lender. The entity that conducted the foreclosure sale was dismissed as ...

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The 2018 VLW ADR Survey

On Aug. 27, Virginia Lawyers Weekly provided the results of the VLW 2018 Alternative Dispute Resolution Survey. This project provides information about ADR providers across Virginia. For a fee, participants had the opportunity to provide ba­sic information about their ADR businesses ...

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Social media helps attorney secure $60k for client (access required)


In a tale of true perseverance and persistence, a Virginia attorney managed to successfully garnish a $60,000 default judgement plus interest after using social media to track the defendant down. The default judgement was handed down in Virginia Beach Circuit ...

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Test – Free – 2

U.S. v. Gilliam, case No. 17-1642, June 25, 2018. 4th Cir. (Diaz), from EDSC at Charleston (Seymour). Wyatt B. Durrette Jr. for Appellant; Julie Ciamporcero Avetta for Appellees. VLW No. 018-2-136, 16 pp. Download as a PDF Read other 4th Circuit ...

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Alston nominated for federal seat of Judge Lee (access required)

Seal of the US District Court Eastern Dist VA Norfolk

Virginia Court of Appeals Judge Rossie D. Alston Jr. soon will be nominated officially by President Trump to succeed U.S. District Judge Gerald Bruce Lee on the Eastern District federal bench. Trump announced June 7 his intent to nominate a ...

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ER doctor wins defense verdict in Wise County (access required)


A jury in Wise County returned a defense verdict for an emergency room doctor in late February after a patient filed a medical malpractice suit seeking millions of dollars in damages. The plaintiff, Michael Mitchell, presented to the emergency department ...

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