Law Journal

The annual NASP conference is taking place in Las Vegas this year, November 11th through the 14th.  To learn more about the upcoming subrogation conference click here. Don' miss out, check out the NASP website for information on booking and sponsorship....

The new rules of evidence went into effect throughout Virginia on July 1st, and as one legal expert stated, it represents a "sea change" within the legal community.  Virginia has relied upon a mixture of case law and common law to govern rules of evidence,...

In a recent decision by a three judge panel, a Virginia disciplinary committee's findings of misconduct under Rule 1.6, governing confidentiality of client information, was overturned. The case arose out of blog posts written by a Richmond criminal defense attorney, Horace Hunter, describing cases he...

A Virginia subrogation attorney handles a range of issues, some more than others.  Cases involving neighbors' trees causing damage to vehicles or homes occur more frequently than one would think.  It makes sense considering the geography of our state.  Virginia is home to a variety...