A personal injury plaintiff gets to take videotaped trial depositions of his medical experts, even though a discovery cutoff has passed, under a ruling last month by a federal judge in Harrisonburg. The opinion by U.S. Magistrate Judge James G. ...Read More »
Two deputies have been injured in a shooting incident involving an inmate at the Fauquier County courthouse, according to published reports. The Associated Press said the inmate was in custody and the deputies were taken for medical care. WUSA reports ...Read More »
A decision by a Middlesex County judge highlights an open question in the business of foreclosure in Virginia: How much can a foreclosure trustee charge as a commission? For 11 years, the law has required only a “reasonable commission” for ...Read More »
The Supreme Court of Virginia may get a say on whether the Virginia Constitution allows the use of public money for a Norfolk Southern rail project planned for Montgomery County. The county supervisors, who oppose the proposed freight yard, are ...Read More »
Christiansburg — A circuit court judge appeared skeptical this month about the plaintiffs’ efforts to overcome sovereign immunity defenses for state officials in the Virginia Tech shooting cases. Franklin County Circuit Judge William Alexander heard arguments Dec. 14 on various ...
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