The Virginia Lawyer for December 2004 includes four fine articles of interest to me:
Estoppel by Inconsistent Positions or Judicial Estoppel: What's in a Name?, by Robert E. Scully Jr.
Gray v. Rhoads: Doing Indirectly What You Can't Do Directly, an article about Va. Code 8.01-404, by John C. West and Megan C. Rahman
"It's the Sneaking Around that Gets You in Trouble": The Key to Unlocking Fiduciary Duty Litigation Claims, by Gregory J. Haley
Protecting Trade Secrets — A Review of Virginia's Statute, by Scott Ford