Written by Peter Vieth | A federal law designed to protect the civilian jobs of reservists and other military service members does not give Virginia state employees the right to sue over violations, the Supreme Court of Virginia says.
The U.S. Constitution’s 11th Amendment prohibits a military discrimination lawsuit against the state of Virginia in state court, the commonwealth’s highest court ruled in a unanimous decision.
Glenn Feldmann is pleased to announce that the following seven attorneys have been named among the “Legal Elite” for 2016 by Virginia Business Magazine.
Glenn Feldmann Darby & Goodlatte has been named to the Roanoke “Best Law Firms” in the 2017 Edition of U.S. News – Best Lawyers.
By Jeff Sturgeon | A former law enforcement agent with the Department of Motor Vehicles in Lynchburg won a wrongful-termination lawsuit, back pay and a chance at reinstatement.
By Jeff Sturgeon | The night of Dec. 8, 2012, a sheriff’s investigator invited a female grand jury witness to meet for a drink in Montvale, a small community between Roanoke and Bedford.
By John Crane | The Virginia Supreme Court announced Friday it will not rehear an appeal of a local judge’s decision — a ruling that will keep the Confederate flag off of the Sutherlin Mansion’s front lawn.
Congratulations to the Division I National Champion Operations Challenge team The Blue Ridge Brawlers! As the best team in Virginia, they got to compete in the National WEFTEC Operations Challenge event in New Orleans this week, and they were the best in the nation!
Glenn Feldmann Darby & Goodlatte is pleased to announce that five of their attorneys are recognized in the 2017 rankings of Best Lawyers in America©. Included are the following:
Written by Peter Vieth | Stung by a federal judge’s finding of prosecutorial misconduct, government lawyers say they do not plan to put an alleged pill pusher on trial a second time.