Emporia Dispute Resolution Lawyer, Virginia


Robert Bruce Hill

Real Estate, Litigation, Bankruptcy, Contract
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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Seguin v. Northrop Grumman Systems Corp.

... the course of Crisell Seguin's employment, Northrop Grumman Systems Corporation sent unilateral e-mails and memoranda advising its employees that continued employment signified agreement to the new arbitration requirements of the company's Dispute Resolution Process ...

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University v. Quesenberry

... After receiving this notice of termination, Quesenberry exhausted his internal administrative remedies and ultimately requested a hearing before an administrative hearing officer appointed by the Department of Dispute Resolution pursuant to Code §§ 2.2-3003 through -3005. ...

Diaz v. Wilderness Resort Ass'n

... have been for $20,935.28. The commission's dispute resolution department determined that the carrier's application was supported by probable cause and referred it to the hearing docket. Employer defended on the ground ...