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Mike Pace’s very good month

Roanoke lawyer Mike Pace, the managing partner at Gentry Locke Rakes & Moore, has had a very good month. According to a press release from his firm, Pace (right) was awarded a double whammy of good in November. Washington and ...

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Arbitration award is enforceable (access required)

An Alexandria political consultant who breached his employment contract can’t overturn a $366,037 judgment against him by claiming the contract’s arbitration clause did not call for judicial enforcement, the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals held Dec. 3. The consultant, ...

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Judges’ job evaluations to remain confidential (access required)

The General Assembly this session will consider the first five judges to face reelection since the Supreme Court’s judicial performance evaluation program started. But the evaluations for those judges will remain strictly confidential, with only members of the Assembly being ...

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Lawyers in the News (access required)

The council of the American Law Institute (ALI) has elected George Mason University professor Michael I. Krauss of Arlington as one of its 79 new members. * * * Shalanda Franklin-Verdell has joined the Norfolk office of Vandeventer Black. Franklin-Verdell ...

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