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McGuireWoods to fete Kaine

McGuireWoods LLP has long insisted that it is bipartisan, but such highly visible and overtly Republican partners over the years as former Virginia governors John Dalton and George Allen have made that a tough sell. In what appears to be ...

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McGuireWoods to fete Kaine

McGuireWoods LLP has long insisted that it is bipartisan, but such highly visible and overtly Republican partners over the years as former Virginia governors John Dalton and George Allen have made that a tough sell. In what appears to be ...

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Spam: The Next Generation

Spam, i.e., unwanted e-mail, won’t go away. At least the spammers are getting funnier. Check out your spam filter some time to see what’s been blocked. Use the same care and caution you’d use when opening a full trash can ...

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Challenge to New Kent assessments rejected

New Kent Circuit Judge Thomas B. Hoover rejected today a challenge to the reassessment of real estate in the county. Property owners had filed a petition with Commonwealth’s Attorney C. Linwood Gregory under Code Sec. 58.1-3003 that required him to ...

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Disbarred lawyer convicted of fraud

Stephen T. Conrad, the disbarred Woodbridge lawyer suspected of taking more than $3.5 million  from his personal injury and workers’ compensation clients, pleaded guilty today to federal fraud charges. This press release from the U.S. attorney’s office has the details ...

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Employer FMLA win reversed

A finance manager for a car dealership gets another chance to prove her claim under the Family and Medical Leave Act, the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said on Aug. 15. In an unpublished opinion in Krenzke v. Alexandria ...

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When clients attack (access required)

It’s a tense situation confronted by every criminal defense lawyer. The client is not the most stable individual in the community. He or she may have been charged with shocking acts of violence. There may be a life sentence, or ...

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Former prosecution may have prompted attack (access required)

A Richmond criminal defense lawyer is lucky to have survived a particularly vicious client attack.  “I could have bitten the bullet,” said Charles Cosby, recalling the incident at the Powhatan Correctional Center some 20 years ago. Cosby was appointed to ...

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