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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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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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Distinct proof standards for successor-liability theories (access required)

In prior litigation, Plaintiff La Bella Dona Skin Care Inc. won a substantial aggregate judgment against its former employees (judgment debtors) and their new, competing business, Bon Air Med Spa LLC. The judgment debtors were represented by the law firm ...

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Lifting the cover on the auto exception (access required)

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A brief police search in a Charlottesville driveway in 2013 could lead the U.S. Supreme Court to define the scope of permissible warrantless searches. Arguments are scheduled Jan. 9 on whether the constitutional rules for vehicle searches are different when ...

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