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Counsel can do work for employer's sister company (access required)

An in-house patent lawyer employed by one corporation can work for a sister company so long as his employer consents and the work for the second company is performed independently and free of any conflicts of interest. The Virginia State ...

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Post-verdict juror interviews: A chance to improve your game (access required)

Although the most important work an attorney performs takes place before and during the trial, litigators have an important opportunity to learn about their effectiveness after the trial is over. Did the themes you chose to emphasize resonate with the ...

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Techno Tips (access required)

Sluggish browser? Do some housecleaning Does your browsing experience feel sluggish? It may not be your connection. As you surf around the World Wide Web, your browser collects detritus from every site you visit. Do enough surfing, and the weight ...

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Zauzig brings ?full view' to VTLA presidency (access required)

Charles J. Zauzig III is best known as one of the state’s premier medical malpractice attorneys. “It’s so time-intensive that it basically pushed out everything else,” Zauzig said. But Zauzig recalls his experience in “everything else”—criminal law, real estate, domestic ...

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Lawyers in the News (access required)

Two attorneys have joined The Dickerson and Smith Law Group in Virginia Beach. P. Todd Sartwell will focus his practice on civil litigation, criminal defense and personal injury. He received his law degree from the Regent University law school and ...

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Barry tapped to lead the Allen firm (access required)

The personal injury firm of Allen, Allen, Allen & Allen has named Douglas A. Barry president. As its name indicates, the Allen firm is a family shop and Barry is the first president who is not a family member. Founded ...

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UR law school hosts ?Rule of Law' celebration (access required)

About two years ago, Virginia Supreme Court Justice Donald W. Lemons spoke to a large group about his hope for a major conference on the rule of law as part of the celebration of the 400th anniversary of the settling ...

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