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Steve Minor
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Social media protection for Virginia employees
The General Assembly passed and Governor McAuliffe signed legislation with these provisions: "An employer shall not require a current or prospective
employee to: 1. Disclose the username and password to the current or
prospective employee's social media acc...
The General Assembly passed and Governor McAuliffe signed legislation with these provisions: "An employer shall not require a current or prospective employee to: 1. Disclose the username and password to the current or pros...
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On the BVU ex-employee
I read online that a fellow who used to work for Bristol Virginia Utilities has entered a guilty plea to federal charges involving money. That guy was a good friend of mine back when I was helping out as their junior varsity counsel and the fiber optic netw...
I read online that a fellow who used to work for Bristol Virginia Utilities has entered a guilty plea to federal charges involving money. That guy was a good friend of mine back when I was helping out as their junior varsity ...
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Yelp wins in the Fourth Circuit
In Westlake Legal Group v. Yelp, Inc. , the Fourth Circuit in an unpublished per curiam opinion for the panel of Judges Shedd, Floyd, and Thacker held that claims under Virginia law against the popular consumer review website Yelp were barred by section 230...
In Westlake Legal Group v. Yelp, Inc., the Fourth Circuit in an unpublished per curiam opinion for the panel of Judges Shedd, Floyd, and Thacker held that claims under Virginia law against the popular consumer review website ...
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Artificial insemination performed at home
I listened to the argument just now by my friend Monica Monday and others in a case before the Court of Appeals, where the issue is whether artificial insemination performed at home using kitchen utensils meets the statutory definition for "assisted concept...
I listened to the argument just now by my friend Monica Monday and others in a case before the Court of Appeals, where the issue is whether artificial insemination performed at home using kitchen utensils meets the statutory ...
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Speedy trial violation in Buchanan County attempted murder case
In Com. v. Keen , the Court of Appeals affirmed the ruling by Judge Vanover dismissing the felony charges brought against Ms. Keen for violation of her speedy trial rights. On the Commonwealth's appeal, the Court in an unpublished opinion by Judge Petty hel...
In Com. v. Keen, the Court of Appeals affirmed the ruling by Judge Vanover dismissing the felony charges brought against Ms. Keen for violation of her speedy trial rights. On the Commonwealth's appeal, the Court in an unpubli...
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On the Juvenile Court judgeship in the 28th
I understand that the General Assembly, or at least the House of Delegates, voted to appoint Joe Lyle who practices here in Bristol to the new seat on the Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court for the 28th District. Congratulations to Joe, who star...
I understand that the General Assembly, or at least the House of Delegates, voted to appoint Joe Lyle who practices here in Bristol to the new seat on the Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court for the 28th District. ...
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More on Daubert
In Padula-Wilson v. Wilson , the Court of Appeals in an unpublished opinion by Judge Decker decided the appeal of a custody case between two lawyers. Among other things, the Court held that the trial court erred by its reliance on the opinions of a non-test...
In Padula-Wilson v. Wilson, the Court of Appeals in an unpublished opinion by Judge Decker decided the appeal of a custody case between two lawyers. Among other things, the Court held that the trial court erred by its relia...
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Fourth Circuit requires writ of habeas corpus in Richmond murder case
In Lee v. Clarke , the Fourth Circuit in an opinion by Judge Gregory, joined by Judges Motz and Wynn, reversed the denial of the petitioner's claim for a writ of habeas corpus, concluding that that he was denied effective assistance of counsel by his lawyer...
In Lee v. Clarke, the Fourth Circuit in an opinion by Judge Gregory, joined by Judges Motz and Wynn, reversed the denial of the petitioner's claim for a writ of habeas corpus, concluding that that he was denied effective assi...
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He said it
"[F]ormal rulemaking is the Yeti of administrative law." Thomas, J., concurring, in Perez v. Mortgage Bankers Association , No. 13-1041, slip op. at 18 n.5 (U.S. March 9, 2015).
"[F]ormal rulemaking is the Yeti of administrative law." Thomas, J., concurring, in Perez v. Mortgage Bankers Association, No. 13-1041, slip op. at 18 n.5 (U.S. March 9, 2015).
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On raising the mandatory retirement age for state court judges in Virginia
The General Assembly has passed legislation that would raise the retirement age for Virginia judges from 70 to 73. It applies to "justices of
the Supreme Court of Virginia and judges of the Court of Appeals of Virginia
effective July 1, 2015," and "those
ju...
The General Assembly has passed legislation that would raise the retirement age for Virginia judges from 70 to 73. It applies to "justices of the Supreme Court of Virginia and judges of the Court of Appeals of Virginia effect...
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Latest batch of opinions focuses on the law of lawyering
In its decisions issued on Friday, the Virginia Supreme Court dealt with the timeliness of a prisoner's collateral attack on his conviction based on involving prosecutorial misconduct in the failure to disclose exculpatory evidence ( Hicks v. Director ) , t...
In its decisions issued on Friday, the Virginia Supreme Court dealt with the timeliness of a prisoner's collateral attack on his conviction based on involving prosecutorial misconduct in the failure to disclose exculpatory ev...
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Heard from an oral argument
One of my friends arguing recently before the Virginia Supreme Court said this: "The train had already come, it had run over me, and I'm trying to save the case, at the very last stage." I guess we've all been there.
One of my friends arguing recently before the Virginia Supreme Court said this: "The train had already come, it had run over me, and I'm trying to save the case, at the very last stage." I guess we've all been there.
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