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Contractor scores $4M in bid dispute (access required)


A small government contractor was awarded almost $4 million in damages by a Chesapeake jury in a tortious interference suit heard in mid-August. The award comes as result of the defen­dant contractor’s not disclosing a pending merger when the plaintiff ...

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Colonel gets $8.4M award in lawsuit for defamation (access required)


A colonel in the U.S. Army received vindication and over $8 million from a Fairfax County jury in a defama­tion suit over a blog post that cost him a major promotion. Col. David W. Riggins’ name was before the Senate ...

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Campaign of gubernatorial candidate seeks inclusion into VBA debate (access required)

The Virginia Bar Association is set to help kick off Virginia’s battle for governor Saturday as part of its summer meeting, and one candidate is pushing to be on the stage. Republican Ed Gillespie and Lieutenant Governor Ralph Northam, the ...

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