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Claimant did not prove alleged employers’ liability (access required)

The Virginia Workers’ Compensation Commission correctly denied claimant benefits because none of claimant’s alleged employers were liable under the Workers’ Compensation Act. Overview Divino, the claimant, was injured while installing laminate flooring in a building, the Time Building, owned by ...

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Husband’s business correctly included in property division (access required)

Appellant’s accounting business, which he started shortly after the parties were married, was correctly included in the marital estate. Further, the court correctly applied a statutory presumption that the valuation should be made based on the hearing date, rather than ...

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Wife awarded percentage of extra retirement benefits (access required)

Where the parties’ divorce settlement provided that wife was entitled to a fractional share of husband’s 10-year retirement plan, the fractional share applies to additional amounts husband accrued when he worked three years past the retirement date contemplated in the ...

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Incest conviction for sex with adult stepdaughter affirmed (access required)

Where appellant pleaded guilty to committing incest by having sexual intercourse with his 18-year-old stepdaughter, conditioned on appealing “on the sole basis that the circuit court erred ‘when it refused to find that Virginia Code § 18.2-366 is unconstitutional when ...

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