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Va. Cir.: Qualified immunity doesn’t bar gross negligence (access required)

A Norfolk police officer was immune from negligence claims arising from his operation of a marine vessel that capsized, but claims against him asserting gross negligence could go to trial. Background In January 2014, the City of Norfolk contracted with ...

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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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Mandated RFP Award Not Authorized By Procurement Act (access required)

In Plaintiff Mediko P.C.’s challenge to procurement procedures by Defendants Roanoke County and Western Virginia Regional Jail Authority, the court permitted certain declaratory issues to move forward but ruled it had no authority under the Virginia Public Procurement Act to ...

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