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Bolivian woman hurt in T-bone accident – $2.65 Million Settlement (access required)

Plaintiff, then 45, suffered severe injuries in T-bone crash caused by pickup truck. At 2 a.m. on June 26, 2016, plaintiff was the front-seat passenger in a small SUV heading southbound on Hunter Mill Road (a small neighborhood street) in ...

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County board can seek dec action against BZA (access required)

A county board of supervisors challenging the procedural validity of actions by its board of zoning appeals can do so in a declaratory judgment action, separate from an administrative appeal of the particular BZA decision containing the procedural defects. Background ...

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Challengers to school’s name change lack standing (access required)

Taxpayers in Fairfax County lacked standing to challenge the school board’s decision to rename a school named for a Confederate general. On December 7, 2015, Defendant Sandra Evans, a school board member, sponsored an amendment to Regulation 8170, which governs ...

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Assisted-conception law unconstitutional (access required)

Virginia’s assisted-conception statute, which creates a presumption that a gestational mother’s husband is the father of the conceived child, is unconstitutional as written because it provides parental rights to husbands but not wives, the court held. In 2006, Plaintiff Valerie ...

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Va. Circuit Courts: Assisted-conception law unconstitutional (access required)

Virginia’s assisted-conception statute, which creates a presumption that a gestational mother’s husband is the father of the conceived child, is unconstitutional as written because it provides parental rights to husbands but not wives, the court held. In 2006, Plaintiff Valerie ...

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Jury waiver enforceable even if contract isn’t (access required)

Analogizing to federal arbitration jurisprudence, the court held that a jury waiver was enforceable even in an agreement alleged to be fraudulently induced, since the challenging party did not allege that the waiver provision itself was procured by fraud. On ...

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