It has been a quiet year in the Commonwealth of Virginia, at least in the area of commercial law. There have been only a smattering of cases, for the most part routine, and slight amendments to Virginia's Uniform Commercial Code (the "Code"). The most significant commercial law development occurred neither in the General Assembly nor the courts, but at the Federal Trade Commission, which is again busying itself with the regulation of consumer credit.
Michael J. Herbert,
Annual Survey of Virginia Law: Commercial Law,
U. Rich. L. Rev.
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