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SCV: “Add-back” exception only for income actually taxed (access required)

Rather than construing an ambiguous tax statute against the Commonwealth, the “add-back” statute intended to close a loophole – wherein a corporate entity pays royalties to an affiliated intangible holding company – required a national retail store to count such ...

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SCV: Code provides options for large renewable-energy consumers (access required)

High-demand customers can purchase renewable energy from competitive service providers under a statutory framework for “individual retail customers.” Background This appeal presents the question whether certain large electricity consumers can purchase electricity from any licensed supplier of energy in the ...

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EDVA: Accreditor’s own interest didn’t bias decision (access required)

An accreditation agency’s decision to withdraw the plaintiff’s accreditation as a cosmetology school was not unduly tainted by the fact that one of the commissioners was the executive and part-owner of a similar institution in a nearby city. Background This ...

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CAV: Employment agreement controlled care payments (access required)

Based on a broadly-worded employment agreement, an employer could unilaterally stop providing care payments for an injured employee based on a doctor’s assessment that the employee no longer needed such care. Background While working for Appellee Sonny’s Auto Racing, Appellant ...

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4th Cir.: Agency head has qualified, not absolute, immunity (access required)

The former head of a Virginia agency, sued in her personal capacity for failure to manage patient intake at state mental health hospitals, was entitled to qualified immunity because prisons are not per se unable to safely care for mentally ...

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WDVA: Immediate easement possession for pipeline co. (access required)

This court’s order of Jan. 31 granting Mountain Valley Pipeline immediate possession to numerous easements in the construction pathway of a FERC-approved pipeline was conditioned on its first presenting sufficient additional evidence that satisfies the constitutional requirements of eminent domain. ...

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Va. Cir.: Verbal altercation precluded VEC benefits (access required)

A Virginia circuit court upheld administrative findings that an employee who was fired for yelling profanities at a coworker had committed “misconduct” that disqualified her from receiving unemployment. Background Plaintiff Yolanda A. Bellamy was employed as an environmental service worker ...

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SCV: VABC statute doesn’t authorize applicant searches (access required)

The Departmet was justified in terminating an agent’s employment after he searched the business office of a license applicant without her consent or a warrant. Background Linda K. Swim applied to Appellee Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control for an ...

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CAV: No interlocutory review in Tesla litigation (access required)

The court of appeals lacked jurisdiction to review the order of a circuit court, acting in its appellate capacity, finding that the appellant had standing to litigate the action. Background Appellant Tesla Inc. sought to open a manufacturer-owned dealership in ...

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