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Monthly Archives: September 2009

When do you hire a business manager to oversee your firm? (access required)

Most people in law firm management at small to medium-size firms came up through the ranks. They started out handling simple things and slowly took over more and more of the daily duties that were handled by the owner. When ...

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Is stealing time harder than it used to be? (access required)

If an employer provides an employee with a vehicle, it’s possible for the company to know where the employee is whenever he or she uses it. A construction superintendent told me he received a call from his home office one ...

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Corporate – Annual Meeting – Membership – Dues Payment (access required)

Granting a petition of members of the American Greek Community of Charlottesville, a Charlottesville Circuit Court approves a Notice of Special Meeting of Members, and concludes that the corporation was not legally terminated until September 2008, and members entitled to ...

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Work starts on $9.1M project at Virginia War Memorial (access required)

A $9.1 million construction project at the Virginia War Memorial will help honor the sacrifices of the state’s military veterans between the annual gatherings for Memorial Day, Veterans Day and Pearl Harbor Day. Site work started July 1 on The ...

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Lawyers in the News (access required)

New Associations Douglas J. Walter has joined the Hampton law firm of Moschel, Clancy & Walter. Brandi A. Law has joined the Woodbridge office of Greehan, Taves, Pandak & Stoner as an associate. Ludwig Gaines and Sean Dunston have joined ...

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Receptionist stole ID info, including that of Bernanke (access required)

ALEXANDRIA—A doctors’ receptionist has admitted to stealing bank account information from patients as part of an identity theft ring that ensnared Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke as a victim. Thirty-six-year-old Makieta Leake, a Maryland resident, pleaded guilty to a single ...

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Goochland authorities seek church vandals (access required)

GOOCHLAND—Goochland County authorities are looking for the people responsible for vandalizing a church and the historic black school on its property. Second Union Baptist Church and the Second Union School sustained $12,000 to $18,000 in damage the weekend of Sept. ...

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Salem/Roanoke County bar to hold scholarship fundraiser (access required)

The Salem/Roanoke County Bar Association is upping the culinary ante at a November 13 fundraiser to support scholarships for public school students. Wade Anderson, gourmand, restaurant critic and appellate law clerk, is working with the chef at 202 Market, a ...

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Domestic Relations – Child Support – Income Determination (access required)

Although wife argues that husband’s “Pre-tax Deductions” shown on his pay record should be added to his income, a Loudoun County Circuit Court says no, as these deductions come out of husband’s pay before his income tax is calculated, and ...

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Domestic Relations – Pendente Lite Support – Imputed Income (access required)

A Loudoun Circuit Court judge reminds lawyers not to mount a full-scale support case at a pendente lite support hearing, and says he will impute income to wife but award her $2,500 per month, plus $4,000 in attorney’s fees. The ...

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