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The arbitration wave (access required)

Alternative dispute resolution has changed the legal landscape dramatically in the last 15 years. Mediation is now commonplace in law practice. Lawyers who thought they would never use mediation, or even resisted the process, are now sitting at the mediation ...

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Obituary (access required)

Thomas P. Harwood Jr. Thomas P. Harwood Jr., a retired Richmond attorney and a former member of the State Corporation Commission and the Virginia Workers’ Compensation Commission, died Sept. 27 at his retirement home in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. He was ...

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Kelo: four years later (access required)

NEW LONDON, Conn. (AP) Weeds, glass, bricks, pieces of pipe and shingle splinters have replaced the knot of aging homes at the site of the nation’s most notorious eminent domain project. There are a few signs of life: Feral cats ...

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Government-documents company acquires social network (access required)

GovDelivery, the world’s leading provider of government-to-citizen information, has acquired GovLoop, the top social network for the government community. GovDelivery provides information and documents, using an online platform, to people and groups who want to monitor government developments matching their ...

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