Judith L. Jones v. James D. Willard, Owner, Luv'n Time and the Virginia Employment Commission

Case Name

Judith L. Jones v. James D. Willard, Owner, Luv'n Time and the Virginia Employment Commission

Authors

Files

Court

Supreme Court of Virginia

Appealed From

The Circuit Court of the City of Alexandria, Virginia

Circuit Court Judge

Hon. Donald H. Kent, Judge

Term

1-1983

Virginia Reports Citation

224 Va. 602

Parallel Citation

299 S.E.2d 504

Disciplines

Administrative Law | Civil Law | Civil Procedure | Courts | Evidence | Jurisdiction | Labor and Employment Law

Keywords

Appeal and Error as to Necessity of New Trial, Conclusiveness and Effect, Fraudulent Judgments, Misconduct of Party or Counsel, Particular Cases and Issues, Preservation of Claim, Raising Contentions Below, Remand, State Employment Commission, State Employment Commission as to Fraud by Member or Agent of Commission, State Employment Commission as to Fraud by Employer or Employee, Unemployment Compensation

Judith L. Jones v. James D. Willard, Owner, Luv'n Time and the Virginia Employment Commission

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