By Rakin Hamad | Published September 26, 2022 | |
With the unfortunate news of the Queen passing and the subsequent induction ceremony of King Charles III, we thought this would be a good time to explain sovereign immunity in Virginia. You may wonder how the royal family in England relates to sovereign immunity in Virginia. Still, the truth is that sovereign immunity in Virginia Read MoreRead More
April marks the beginning of Ramadan for Muslims around the world. Our Associate Rakin Hamad, a Muslim himself, shares some great information about Ramadan and how it impacts Muslims across the world. What is Ramadan? Ramadan is the holy month for Muslims. During Ramadan, Muslims fast every day of the month. Fasting is one of Read MoreRead More
All of us at Curcio Law are committed to improving our knowledge and skills to ensure we are always prepared to represent our clients’ best interests. We are all active members of the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association (VTLA), a state-wide organization dedicated to enhancing trial lawyers’ knowledge, skills, and professionalism. VTLA recently started a book Read MoreRead More
Happy Halloween!! In the spirit of the season, and since Curcio Law has deep roots in Old Town Alexandria, we would like to share one of Old Town’s most famous ghost stories. It is commonly referred to as “the Female Stranger.” The story of the Female Stranger involves the haunting of our historic landmark, Gadsby’s Read MoreRead More
In 1641, the General Court of the Massachusetts Bay Colony proclaimed the following “If any man or woman be a witch, that is, hath or consulteth with a familiar spirit, they shall be put to death. Exod. 22. 188; Deut. 13. 6, 10; Deut. 17. 2, 6.” If you were found to be a witch Read MoreRead More
Be Careful Where You Trick-or-Treat!! Halloween is an excellent time of year for all ages to dress up and celebrate “All Hallows’ Eve,” unless you live in an area with some unknown restrictions to those looking to partake in traditional Halloween activities. Here are a few examples: City of Rehoboth Beach, DE, § 198-33. In the Read MoreRead More
NY Court Holds House To Be Legally Haunted Happy October from all of us at Curcio Law!!! In the spirit of Halloween, we would like to share a ruling with you from the 1991 New York Appellate Division of the Supreme Court, First Judicial Department. This ghoulishly famous property law case, Stambovsky v. Ackley, 169 Read MoreRead More
Independence Day is very nearly upon us! Time for barbeques, fireworks, picnics, and baseball. But what does this day really mean to Americans? When the haunting tunes of the “Star-Spangled Banner” waft through crowds at the Nationals Game or “Proud to be an American” spits from static-y radio speakers on the country station, what do Read MoreRead More
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