A bill that works to keep better track of restitution payments in Virginia has been signed into law by Gov. Ralph Northam. House Bill 484, which was authored by Del. Rob Bell, R-Albemarle, attempts to solve the problem of people ...Read More »
A federal judge in Harrisonburg has ruled that political parties have the right to prevent members who break their rules from participating in party-run nomination processes. The decision came March 31, in response to a motion to dismiss a lawsuit ...Read More »
A federal judge sanctioned a Virginia business and its attorneys March 23, citing “frivolous claims” and a lack of candor with the court. The sanctions were issued in response to a lawsuit filed on behalf of Nexus Services Inc. in ...Read More »
Gov. Ralph Northam has vetoed the General Assembly’s proposed limit on the amount the state can pay outside litigation attorneys. Senate Bill 926, introduced by Sen. Mark Obenshain, R-Harrisonburg, was presented as a money-saving measure. Northam vetoed the legislation March ...
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Two Virginia localities are suing more than 30 pharmaceutical companies they say are responsible for opioid epidemics in their communities. The City of Alexandria and Dickenson County filed lawsuits against manufacturers, distributors and pharmacy benefit managers March 14. The local ...Read More »
Gov. Ralph Northam has vetoed the General Assembly’s proposed limit on the amount the state can pay outside litigation attorneys. Senate Bill 926, introduced by Sen. Mark Obenshain, R-Harrisonburg, was presented as a money saving measure. Northam vetoed the legislation ...Read More »
Richmond-based Hunton & Williams is expanding yet again after announcing a large merger just a month ago. This time, the firm is moving into Boston, where 14 lawyers from the Manion Gaynor & Manning firm, including two name partners, will ...Read More »