Written by Deborah Elkins | A former employee who claimed she was fired after requesting medical leave for psychological distress has won double damages under the federal Family and Medical Leave Act.
Paul Beers and Emma Kozlowski, attorneys for the plaintiff in a personal injury suit, reach a $625,000 settlement in a case in which liability was contested.
A woman who claimed she was fired by email after asking for time off under the Family Medical Leave Act won two favorable verdicts from a Roanoke federal jury last week.
A judge has wiped away the conviction of a former Roanoke shopkeeper who sold designer drugs from his tobacco shops in Roanoke and Vinton about three years ago.
Three class action lawsuits arising from coalfield layoffs in 2013 have produced settlements totaling $1.735 million.
The U.S. District Court for the Western District of Virginia recently granted summary judgment in favor of a class of coal miners who brought suit against Nine Mile Mining, Inc., a James C. Justice Companies affiliate.
Roanoke, VA – Glenn Feldmann Darby & Goodlatte announced that it has been awarded recertification in Meritas, a global alliance of independent business law firms.
The Roanoke, Virginia law firm of Glenn Feldmann Darby & Goodlatte is pleased to announce that Gary E. Tegenkamp has joined the firm as Of Counsel.
Written by Gordon Hickey of the Virginia Lawyer, Volume 60
One day in June 1910, 161 young men—well, they were all men, though not necessarily all young—sat down in a room in Roanoke and took the first Virginia Bar Examination.