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  1. Neuro-Quantum Studies Produce Objective Findings of Traumatic Brain Injury
    21 Nov, 2019
    Neuro-Quantum Studies Produce Objective Findings of Traumatic Brain Injury
    As technology evolves, and the trial lawyer’s duty to prove the nature and extent of brain injuries in cases involving traumatic brain injury (TBI) continues, it is critical the lawyers keep up with the medicine. In many, if not most, cases involving traumatic brain injury (TBI), the results of regular, routine, diagnostic tests, such as MRIs and CT Scans, return normal. This is true, even though the person has sustained a permanent traumatic brain injury and is demonstrating symptoms such as
  2. Every Litigator Needs to Know: How Final is the Finality of Judgments, Orders and Decrees in Your Ca
    26 Jun, 2019
    Every Litigator Needs to Know: How Final is the Finality of Judgments, Orders and Decrees in Your Ca
    Thoughts from the Bar:  The bench is correct that attorneys in Virginia will need to “do their homework and carefully read the orders prepared in every case;” and, attorneys must watch the case’s progress to ensure they know when the 21-day period begins to run. In addition, when drafting and reviewing such orders, Virginia lawyers should be mindful of the clarity of Court Opinions and Orders, in order to ascertain their finality and their potential appealability. LitigationNewsJan2019.pdf

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