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Effect of Judicial Emergency on Statutes of Limitations

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Price

$49 for VA Members
$59 for Guest Group

54 minutes
Date Published

September 29, 2020

Publisher

Virginia Trial Lawyers Association

Subjects

calculating SOL

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Summary

Confused about the Supreme Court of Virginia's Emergency Order extension? Join us for a one-hour webinar and get clarity with Stephanie Grana and Steve Emmert. They will address the declaration of a judicial emergency on March 16, 2020, in response to the global pandemic, and specify how that declaration affects the calculation of statute-of-limitations filing deadlines in civil litigation.

What You Can Expect: Ø Overview of the statutory authority for the declarations Ø Review of Virginia’s judicial-emergency declarations Ø Discussion on the effect of tolling Ø How to calculate your deadline, depending upon when the right of action occurred

Recorded live on September 29, 2020.

Registration is open to plaintiff-only members.

Credit is available thru Oct. 31, 2021.

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Presenters

Stephanie Grana, Esq.
Breit Cantor Grana Buckner

For more than 26 years, Stephanie Grana has fought for individuals and families in Virginia suffering from catastrophic... Read More

L. Steve Emmert
Sykes, Bourdon, Ahern & Levy, PC

Mr. Emmert limits his practice to appellate advocacy in the state and federal courts. He has briefed and argued numerous... Read More

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Effect of Judicial Emergency on Statutes of Limitations
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