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Virginia’s New Permissible Venue Statute

Virginia’s New Permissible Venue Statute: What is a “Practical Nexus”?

By Robert C. T. Reed, Esq. and Nathan J. Veldhuis, Esq.

 

The 2013 session of the General Assembly made significant changes to a plaintiff’s ability to sue a defendant in a venue where the defendant regularly conducts substantial business activity. Legislation was initially proposed that would altogether remove this basis for venue. As part of a larger compromise, however, the resulting action preserved venue based on substantial business activity, but added a new “practical nexus” requirement.1 The legislation, enacted by the General Assembly and signed by Governor McDonnell, went into effect on July 1, 2013.

 

To read this article in its entirety, please click here. The article is located on pages 13-17.

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