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Husband’s incarceration did not stay support obligation

An incarcerated husband remains liable for his spousal support obligation but is not in contempt of court for failing to pay as ordered in the final divorce decree. The court finds that husband’s spousal support arrearage is $489,239. Judgment is ...

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Tax on internet provider’s gross revenue disapproved

Where the city of Norfolk levies its Business, Professional, and Occupational License tax on an internet provider’s gross income, this violates the federal Internet Tax Freedom Act unless Norfolk’s tax has been grandfathered under the ITFA. The court does not ...

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No CGL coverage for suit arising from untimely repairs

Where a contractor sought coverage under a CGL policy when it was sued for not timely completing repairs, the insurer has no duty to defend or indemnify because the suit did not allege an “occurrence” within the policy’s terms. Overview ...

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Shares valued in corporate stock buyout

Where defendant elected to purchase plaintiff’s shares in lieu of dissolution in this corporate dispute, the court declines to use a revenue determination from defendant’s expert because it is based on unreliable data. The revenue determination from plaintiff’s expert will ...

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Three directions: Court splits on confrontation challenge

The judges of the Virginia Court of Appeals went in three different directions in analyzing when a document – a signed proof of service – can take the place of live testimony to prove violation of a criminal statute. At ...

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