Amendment to Defamation Statute of Limitations Will Help Businesses Pursue Anonymous Posters

The General Assembly has passed an amendment to the stature of limitations for defamation actions (Va. Code § 8.01-247.1) that may have an important...


EDVA Issues Opinion on Damages and Fiduciary Duty Suit (Bocek v. JGA Assocs., LLC, 1:11-cv-0546, 2016 WL 1161401)

Third time’s the charm - at least the EDVA hopes. Having twice been reversed in ruling for the defendants, this case was back before the EDVA for a...


Thou Shalt Not Cheat: The Virginia Consumer Protection Act’s Broad Protections for Churches and Other Religious Organizations

Many people are familiar with the Virginia Consumer Protection Act (the “VCPA” or the “Act”) and are aware that it provides courts the discretion...


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