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Email addresses required as part of official address (access required)

Email addresses are now required as part of the “address of record” maintained by the VSB for every active attorney. But the bar is not providing any lawyer email lists to the public. In a petition to the Supreme Court, ...

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Deadlines pushed back thanks to pandemic (access required)

Virginia’s COVID-19 response included extended deadlines for attorneys. The last day for payment of dues and assessments and filing statements of financial responsibility was moved from July 31 to Sept. 30. The deadline for compliance with MCLE requirements was pushed ...

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VSB Resolutions (access required)

Editor’s Note: At its meeting June 9, 2020, the Virginia State Bar Executive Committee, on behalf of the VSB Council and all members of the VSB, passed the following two resolutions: RESOLUTION: Marni E. Byrum WHEREAS, Marni E. Byrum, a ...

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020-7-122 – Barnes v. Commonwealth

Barnes v. Commonwealth, Court No. CJ20000048-00, June 2, 2020, from Norfolk City Cir. Ct. VLW 020-7-122, 8 pp. Published Order. Full-Text Opinion

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020-7-124 – Riddick v. Commonwealth

Riddick v. Commonwealth, Record No. 1059-19-1, June 2, 2020. CAV (Russell) from Chesapeake City Cir. Ct. (Banks). Kathleen A. Ortiz for appellant, Lauren C. Campbell for appellee. VLW 020-7-124, 10 pp. Published. Full-Text Opinion

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020-6-039 – Erie Ins. Exchange v. Alba, et al.

Erie Ins. Exchange v. Alba, et al., Record No. 190389 (Chaffin). May 28, 2020, Virginia Beach City Cir. Ct. (Lilley). Mark Charles Nanavati, Gary Christopher Jones Jr. for appellant, Todd Michael Fiorella, Katherine Marguerite Lennon, Lisa Kent Duley for appellees. ...

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Defendant wins state recommendation for service of federal sentence (access required)

Where a defendant asked that he receive a nunc pro tunc designation of the Virginia Department of Corrections for service of his 70-month federal sentence, he received a recommendation that the Bureau of Prisons grant his request. Background This matter ...

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