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Largest Verdicts of 2005 (363949) (access required)

#4 (tie) – $3.5 million Mabini, as joint heir and administrator for the estate of Tamara Mabini, v. Vasquez and First Transit Inc. of Cincinnati and Fairfax County Type of case: Wrongful death Court: Fairfax County Circuit Court Attorney: Thomas ...

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Largest Verdicts of 2005 (363950) (access required)

#3 – $5.1 million Blue Ridge Service Corporation of Virginia v. Saxon Shoes, Inc. Type of case: Insurance subrogation of commercial fire loss Court: Henrico County Circuit Court Attorneys: W. Joseph Owen III and Samuel J. Kaufman, Richmond Summary: Selective ...

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Largest Verdicts of 2005 (363951) (access required)

#2 – $6.5 million Confidential Type of case: Medical malpractice, failure to diagnose penile cancer Court: Alexandria Circuit Court Attorneys: William E. Artz and Andrew J. Waghorn, Arlington Summary: This case involved an IBMexecutive who was wrongly diagnosed with genital ...

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Holiday schmoozing: Making the most of it (access required)

Small-talk. The very name implies insignificance. So why would anyone who has already mastered the art of big-talk – closing statements, cross-examinations, complex contract negotiations – stoop so low as to master the art of chit-chat? How about these for ...

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The Best of 2005 (access required)

JANUARY January 3 Spotsylvania to tighten public nudity ordinance Even though Spotsylvania County does not have any strip clubs, the county attorney wants to tighten the language of the county’s public nudity ordinance. Spotsylvania’s present ordinance is identical in some ...

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The Best of 2005 (359459) (access required)

2005 was yet another full year of legal news, with some stories playing out over several months. A series of quick hits on Oh-Five’s top news items: Politics and the Appeals Court Judge Rosemarie Annunziata retired from the Virginia Court ...

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