- Matzuk v. Price, 061119 VACA, 1635-18-2
- Bedell v. Price, 061119 VACA, 1687-18-2
- Starr v. Starr, 061119 VACA, 1824-18-1
- Patterson v. United Parcel Service, 061119 VACA, 0057-19-1
- Johnson v. Commonwealth, 061119 VACA, 0899-18-1
- Lynch v. Bedford County Department of Social Services, 061119 VACA, 1437-18-3
- Weller v. Spotsylvania County Department of Social Services, 061119 VACA, 2020-18-2
- Young-Allen v. Bank of America, N.A., 061019 VASC, 181313
- Spratley v. Commonwealth, 061019 VASC, 181452
- Davison v. Commonwealth, 061019 VASC, 181694
- 788 S.E.2d 237 (Va. 2016), 150830, The Babcock & Wilcox Co. v. Areva NP, Inc.
- Quisenberry v. Huntington Ingalls Inc., 101118 VASC, 171494
- Barr v. Atlantic Coast Pipeline, LLC, 070518 VASC, 170620
- Gerald v. Commonwealth, 053118 VASC, 161844
- Brown v. Commonwealth, 052218 VACA, 0434-17-2
- Cherry v. Lawson Realty Corp., 050318 VASC, 170718
The General Assembly did not intent to abrogate existing common law causes of action when it enacted Va. Code 8.01-226.12, which sets forth some obligations and immunities for landlords and managing agents when visible mold occurs. Tenants filed a multi-count complaint alleging that one of the...
- Bergano v. City of Virginia Beach, 120618 VASC, 171183
- 702 S.E.2d 124 (Va. 2010), 092313, Sidney v. Commonwealth
- Mayr v. Osborne, 020217 VASC, 151985
Dr. Matthew Mayr, a surgeon, mistakenly fused the wrong level on Michael Osborne’s spine. Catherine Osborne, Michael’s wife and the administrator of his estate, filed suit, alleging that Dr. Mayr was negligent and that he committed a battery. Thereafter, Plaintiff nonsuited her negligence claim and ...
- Kerns v. Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., 030718 VASC, 171068