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Training materials relevant to standard of care (access required)

A convalescent center must produce various training materials as relevant to the applicable standard of care in a wrongful death action, the court ordered, though the materials in this case will be subject to a protective order. Plaintiff Patrick Lee ...

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Benefits Claimant Presented No Evidence Mitigating Misconduct (access required)

The court denied Plaintiff Gifford Whitehurst’s petition for judicial review of a decision by the Virginia Unemployment Commission that he was disqualified from receiving unemployment compensation. Whitehurst worked at the Chrysler Museum as a security officer. The Museum’s HR manager ...

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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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Time Expired to Name Tortfeasor’s True Employer as Defendant (access required)

Alleging negligence claims against Defendants Tracey Finley and American Airlines Inc., Plaintiff John W. Parrish III ran out of time to add Finley’s actual employer – not American Airlines, but Envoy Air Inc. – as a defendant to the suit. ...

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Va. Cir. Ct.: Nonparent Seeking Custody Must Show Harm to Child if Not Granted (access required)

R.H., a 9-year-old girl, had lived her entire life with her mother and maternal grandmother, in her grandmother’s spacious home. R.H. was in good health and well-adjusted, with no developmental delays. R.H.’s father, who currently lives in a one-bedroom home ...

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Stay Denied, Despite Related Out-of-State Litigation (access required)

Plaintiff Anthony Hawks, a Washington D.C. attorney, seeks to collect legal fees for services provided to Defendant Jeanne Ellen Libit. Libit was involved in a complex trust litigation in Florida, and Hawks represented Libit both in her individual capacity and ...

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Members’ Acts Ratified by Corporate Conduct (access required)

Certain corporate members’ management of a construction project was ratified by sufficient other members, according to majority rule as defined in the corporate operating agreement. Claims challenging such ratified conduct were dismissed. The parties are joint venturers who formed a ...

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University Not Custodian of Foundation Records (access required)

Pursuant to Virginia’s Freedom of Information Act, Petitioner Transparent GMU requested from Respondents George Mason University and the George Mason University Foundation Inc. records relating to donations made or offered, directly and indirectly, to the University by certain private entities ...

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Va. Cir. Ct.: Court Retains Jurisdiction of Child-Custody Dispute (access required)

Despite the mother’s relocation to North Carolina, jurisdiction over divorcing parties’ child-custody dispute will remain in Virginia. After Plaintiff Devin Lipps (husband) and Defendant Amanda Lipps (wife) separated, wife moved to North Carolina with the couple’s minor child. In June ...

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