No qualified bidders appeared at an auction for Michael Vick’s home near Atlanta. Meanwhile, a Norfolk bankruptcy judge hears arguments today on whether Vick should be forced to come to court. USA Today gets both stories on one page.Read More »
A Richmond judge has found that McGuireWoods LLP cannot be held liable for legal malpractice because it failed to file the transcript in an appeal of an $8.3 million jury verdict against the Wintergreen ski resort. Wintergreen and its insurers ...Read More »
Former Middletown Mayor Gene Dicks, along with former town maintenance supervisor Glen Miller, have been arrested for allegedly embezzling supplies and fraudulently using town equipment and labor. Although details are not clear at this point, current Mayor Marshall J. Brown ...
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While defenders of a teenaged boy convicted of rape have been publicly proclaiming his innocence, the prosecutor still is forbidden to respond out of court. Stafford Circuit Judge J. Martin Bass stayed a juvenile court judge’s ruling yesterday, blocking Deputy ...
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4th Circuit Judge J. Harvie Wilkinson III has been selected to give the commencement address to University of Virginia grads on May 17. Judge Wilkinson is a University of Virginia law school graduate and a contender for a Supreme Court ...Read More »
Producers of the movie Your Mommy Kills Animals, who won contract damages and copyright protection, got enough, the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals held March 6. The VLW Blog reported the dispute in Berman v. Johnson in October 2007, ...Read More »
A Spotsylvania County family left the courthouse empty handed yesterday after a jury refused to blame animal control officers for the brutal dog mauling death of an 82-year-old woman. Represented by Charlottesville’s Tom Albro, the family contended that the county ...
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