We note with interest that Roanokers soon will enjoy a new downtown dining option with a legal theme. According to this item in The Roanoke Times, “Judges Chambers,” a breakfast and lunch place, will be opening within walking distance of ...Read More »
Virginia Attorney General Bob McDonnell has more to worry about these days than whether Barack Obama will sidetrack his gubernatorial ambitions. The state’s top lawyer is recovering from a broken jaw suffered in a New Orleans basketball game with his ...Read More »
Political anticipation may have claimed a victim in Richmond this week. We’ll confess to being a little edgy ourselves, with all the talk about the possibility that Gov. Tim Kaine might be picked as Barack Obama’s running mate and all ...Read More »
Spam, i.e., unwanted e-mail, won’t go away. At least the spammers are getting funnier. Check out your spam filter some time to see what’s been blocked. Use the same care and caution you’d use when opening a full trash can ...Read More »
New Kent Circuit Judge Thomas B. Hoover rejected today a challenge to the reassessment of real estate in the county. Property owners had filed a petition with Commonwealth’s Attorney C. Linwood Gregory under Code Sec. 58.1-3003 that required him to ...Read More »
Stephen T. Conrad, the disbarred Woodbridge lawyer suspected of taking more than $3.5 million from his personal injury and workers’ compensation clients, pleaded guilty today to federal fraud charges. This press release from the U.S. attorney’s office has the details ...
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A finance manager for a car dealership gets another chance to prove her claim under the Family and Medical Leave Act, the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said on Aug. 15. In an unpublished opinion in Krenzke v. Alexandria ...Read More »