NYC found 4,294 relevant emails, but we were told it would be a “burden” to give them to us. We hired a lawyer, refiled a simpler request, but we couldn’t get the emails. We trimmed our request to about 100 emails. We appealed to various elected officials. Mr. Mayor, you’re turning this into an opera!
Update: Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission rejects our complaint against Judge Hall, saying it “does not intervene in pending cases…. You may refile, with a copy of the final order, “and the Commission will consider your allegation at that time.”
It’s remarkable that the comment about Hall’s potential conflict came not from her clerk of court, but from a spokesperson for the state Supreme Court. Those who are most familiar with the issue kicked it upstairs.
While in Private Practice as an Attorney, Judge Mary Jane Hall and Lawyer Jamie B. Martin Had Co-Represented the Powerful Healthcare Giant
Ruling in Case Involving Rival Chesapeake Regional Medical Center Shows Sentara’s Reach. Why did Norfolk Circuit Judge Mary Jane Hall not recuse?
Sentara had previously declined an invitation to participate.
Though it took 20 emails and calls and a mobile billboard tour, a Sentara spokesperson finally provided answers about lifetime compensation.
Breaking: Sentara Spokesperson responds with definitive answers. Look for update coming soon.
A tipster alleges that Sentara’s CEO offered nonprofit Cone Health’s top execs lifetime compensation if they agreed to a $11.5B merger.
It seems to be an unusual arrangement for a nonprofit health care system – especially one based in Hampton Roads, Virginia, where health disparities with minority and low-income populations are among the greatest in the nation.