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Tag Archives: Supreme Court of Virginia

Admission of unauthenticated records was harmless error (access required)

The jury’s failure to award plaintiff damages after finding defendant liable was not flawed by the trial court’s admission of unauthenticated medical records. The error was harmless either because the information was established by other testimony, or it “had only ...

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Contract and tort claims revived in mold case (access required)

Where plaintiffs alleged tort and contract claims arising from defendant’s construction of a home and  post-construction attempts to repair leaks and remediate the resulting mold, the trial court erred by granting defendant’s demurrers and dismissing all claims. Overview The appeal ...

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