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Million Dollar Verdict Overturned; Company Not Properly Registered With VA SCC

A telecom company had its $2.35 million verdict overturned by the Supreme Court of Virginia because the company was not properly registered with the State Corporation Commission (SCC) prior to the entry of the final judgment.  Virginia law requires that foreign companies may file lawsuits in the Commonwealth but only after filing a certificate with the SCC […]

C&D Attorney Lauren Lucian Featured in Prince William Living

Compton & Duling’s Litigation Associate, Lauren Lucian, is featured this week in Prince William Living Magazine online!  Not only does Lauren work hard for her clients at the firm, she also works hard teaching her early-morning BodyPump classes  and her evening law classes at George Mason University School of Law! Click below to read the […]

Is Your Company’s Waiver Document Effective?

Typically in Virginia, a pre-negligence waiver is ineffective.  In layman’s terms, that means if you go to a trampoline park and sign a waiver before jumping on the trampolines, the waiver does not serve to release the trampoline park from liability for its negligence if you later get injured. However, according to a recent case […]