The Daily Press carries the AP report that Virginia’s Medicaid fraud unit, part of the attorney general’s office, recovered more last year than any other state.Read More »
In Harrisonburg, the scene has shifted from what was to what will be for the city treasurer’s office. The embattled former treasurer, Rebecca Neal, resigned on Friday after pleading guilty to misusing public funds. Now, the Daily News Record reports, ...Read More »
A Roanoke-area doctor suddenly sidelined by chronic illness has reinvented himself as the region’s most highly-qualified litigation support professional. Rheumatologist Tim Henshaw used to help patients deal with their arthritic joints. Now, he helps lawyers by creating three-dimensional, animated computer ...Read More »
A circuit court judge ruled last month that he has no jurisdiction to hear appeals of nearly $7,800 in sanctions imposed against two lawyers in a district court case. Richmond Circuit Judge Melvin R. Hughes Jr. said the district court’s ...Read More »
Virginia Attorney General Bob McDonnell credits a Charlottesville weekly paper for exposing violations of Virginia’s consumer finance act. The AG news release is here.Read More »
We’re still waiting for the Virginia Lawyers Weekly interview with Antonin Scalia, but if you have been wondering why the notably media-wary justice has suddenly embraced electronic attention (other than book promotion, of course), there’s this bite from a new ...
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Reporters have been busy documenting the shenanigans leading up to yesterday’s municipal elections around Virginia. There was a Roanoke candidate who took out newspaper ads without disclosing his identity. In St. Paul, some people registered to vote even though they ...
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