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This term resulted in two cases which, in our opinion, affect Virginia local government law. One, decided by order, deals with the effect of a failure to name a necessary party (a governing body) in appealing a BZA decision....more
The provisions that relate to permits and licenses were recently consolidated into one legislative act.
In November 2014, the Permits and Notifications Law of 16 May 2014 (the New Law) will take effect in Kazakhstan....more
The Virginia Supreme Court issued opinions yesterday morning. After last term issuing no opinions significantly affecting Virginia Local Government Law (at least not in this author’s judgment), this term’s opinions are a...more
The relatively obscure Federal Enclave Doctrine is potentially a powerful arrow in the quiver of defense counsel, where the tortious act complained of occurred on federal land. In the context of employment-related claims, the...more
A court of appeal recently directed a trial court to vacate its order which appointed two employees of the Department of Regional Planning of the County of Los Angeles to serve as confidential expert witnesses for registered...more
The California Supreme Court has scheduled oral argument in three civil cases for hearing in Los Angeles in December 2007.
Cortez v. Abich, which will address the extent of the household domestic service exception to...more
The Court has recently granted review in two civil cases:
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