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Tag Archives: Civil Practice

Parents lack standing to challenge visitation law (access required)

Where two grandparents seeking visitation with a minor grandchild intended to rely on a statute passed by the Virginia General Assembly providing rights for grandparents in their situation, the child’s parents failed to allege they have or will imminently suffer ...

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No immunity for health plan in transgender bias suit (access required)

Where enrollees in the North Carolina State Health Plan for Teachers and State Employees, or NCSHP, alleged that NCSHP violated the Affordable Care Act by categorically denying coverage for gender dysphoria treatments, NCSHP was not entitled to sovereign immunity. Background ...

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Challenge to COVID-19 treatment guidelines rejected (access required)

Although a doctor has third-party standing to bring an informed consent claim on behalf of his patients, he lacks standing to bring a claim under the Virginia Health Care Decisions Act. He is not entitled to a temporary injunction because ...

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