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018-7-218 – Civis v. Fauquier Cnty. Dep’t of Soc. Servs. (U)

Civis v. Fauquier Cnty. Dep’t of Soc. Servs., Record No. 1726-17-4, Aug. 21, 2018. CAV (Annunziata), from Fauquier Cir. Ct. (Parker). Tameka N. Casey for Appellant; Robert F. Beard for Appellee. VLW No. 018-7-218, 6 pp. Full-Text Opinion

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018-7-217 – Wilson v. Britton (U)

Wilson v. Britton, Record No. 2081-17-1, Aug. 21, 2018. CAV (O’Brien), from Norfolk Cir. Ct. (Poston). Tamena G. Wilson, pro se; Jennifer E. Peterson for Appellee. VLW No. 018-7-217, 7 pp. Full-Text Opinion

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018-7-215 – Jackson v. Jackson (P)

Jackson v. Jackson, Record No. 1776-17-4, Aug. 21, 2018. CAV (Petty), from Stafford Cir. Ct. (Sharp). Amy T. Tobias for Appellant; Thomas Woehrle for Appellee. VLW No. 018-7-215, 8 pp. Full-Text Opinion

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081-7-214 – Campbell v. Commonwealth (P)

Campbell v. Commonwealth, Record No. 1923-15-3, Aug. 21, 2018. CAV (Chafin), from Amherst Cir. Ct. (Gamble). Robert C. Goad III for Appellant; Katherine Quinlan Adelfio for Appellee. VLW No. 018-7-214, 25 pp. Full-Text Opinion

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WDVA: Jury should decide all three of worker’s FMLA claims (access required)

On reconsideration, an auto worker’s FMLA retaliation claim can go to trial after all. Having already found fact issues material to his other claims, the court concluded it would be inconsistent not to send the retaliation claim to the jury ...

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Va. Cir.: Bond company under investigation must produce client information (access required)

A bond company under state investigation for consumer-protection violations has no basis to demand a confidentiality agreement before turning over its client information to the Commonwealth. Although the company said some disclosures might reveal clients’ immigration information and other personal ...

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Va. Cir.: Hearing on forensic testing is ex parte, but order is not (access required)

A capital murder defendant who sought forensic testing of certain evidence was entitled to present his argument to the court ex parte under Code § 9.1-1104. But the statute does not authorize ex parte status for the resulting order as ...

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CAV: Marital share of company’s value matches ownership (access required)

The circuit court did not err in classifying only 30 percent of a litigation-support company’s increase in value during the course of an owner’s marriage as marital property. The court considered evidence as to whether the increase was due to ...

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