A Chicago federal judge declined to dismiss the charge of threatening a juror against Roanoke neo-Nazi Bill White. White’s lawyer had argued that posting the juror’s name on White’s “Overthrow” Web site should not subject him to prosecution. U.S. District ...Read More »
A University of Richmond law school team took top prize at the National Labor and Employment Mock Trial Competition in Chicago last weekend, the school reports. Sixty-nine teams competed. Team members Jeannine Panzera, Scott Jones, Kristen Wright and Hank Gates ...
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The judge who slammed Gloucester County citizens with an $80,000 legal fee award has come in for vehement criticism, while three legislators are offering bills to eliminate any penalty for seeking recall of elected officials. Substitute Circuit Judge Westbrook J. ...Read More »
Stephen T. Conrad’s legacy may be a requirement that insurance companies notify Virginia claimants when they send settlement funds to the claimants’ lawyers. But Conrad’s former clients are unlikely to recoup most of their losses from his larcenous practices. Conrad ...Read More »
A plaintiff suing over the death of a family member now has more flexibility in advancing his claim against medical providers based on a new ruling from the Supreme Court of Virginia. The Jan. 16 decision addresses a lawsuit that ...Read More »