Virginia Lawyer Magazine - February 2013

Volume 61/Number 7

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Construction Law and Public Contracts Section

Some Practical Information on Construction Law
by K. Brett Marston

A View from the Other Side of a Construction Case Proceeding
by Judges Stanley P. Klein (Ret.) and Arthur B. Vieregg (Ret.)

When Construction and Bankruptcy Converge
by David W. Lannetti

Managing e-Discovery in the Information Age: Practical Tips for Lawyers and Clients
by Monica McCarroll and Stephen G. Test

The Patent Ambiguity Doctrine: Clarifying the Duty to Inquire
by Randall H. Wintory


Access to Legal Services

  • Ryan Honored for Service to Richmond Community Organization
  • Pro Bono Celebration Features Downtown Richmond Sites



VSB News
Nominations Sought for Board and Committee Vacancies

In Memoriam — Chief Justice Harry L. Carrico
In Memoriam
Local and Specialty Bar Elections

Et Al.
Trees for Virginia Project Continues
The Virginia Law Foundation Inducts Fellows Class of 2013
Virginia Tech Offers Minor in Science, Engineering and the Law


President’s Message
Guest Column
Law Libraries
Consultus Electronica
Risk Management


Letters to the Editor
Forum: Use of the “Narrative Approach” When a Criminal Defendant Insists on Committing Perjury
Book Review
CLE Calendar
Professional Notices
Classified Ads

About the Cover

The former First National Bank Building at 823 E. Main St. in Richmond dates from 1913 and is the city’s first skyscraper. The nineteen-story building, recently renovated and now the First National Apartments, is an example of turn-of-the-century Neoclassical Revival architecture.
Photo by Bill Dickinson of Sky Noir Photography,