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A League of ‘Extraordinary Women’

When working women – from CEOs to secretaries – meet to network, balancing “work v. life” issues is one topic that is sure to break the ice. Carol Evans, CEO and president of Working Mother Media, invites every woman in ...

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Overheard at lunch…

The Greater Richmond Chamber of Commerce, of which our company is a member, has tapped into a program called “Connect 4 Lunch.” You sign up and based on your general stated interests and profile, you get matched to three Chamber ...

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Lawyer defends his question to judge

A Front Royal lawyer who serves on the town council has caused a stir by striking up a conversation with a circuit judge about a hot local tax case. The lawyer-councilman, Thomas Sayre , said it was just an innocent ...

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Lo v. GRTC (access required)

Type of Case: Personal injury Court: Richmond Circuit Court Attorneys: Jason W. Konvicka and J. David Douthit, Richmond Summary: Meikiu Lo, a 34-year-old native of Hong Kong and a reference librarian at the State Library of Virginia, was run over ...

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Butler v. Trivedi (access required)

Type of Case: Medical malpractice Court: Alexandria Circuit Court Attorney: William E. Artz, Arlington Summary: Five weeks after undergoing a root canal for an abscessed tooth, Gary B. Butler, an attorney, developed a fever, fatigue, headache, runny nose and sinus ...

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P.I. law firm mocks exaggerators

One New York personal injury law firm is stepping out from the crowd by running TV ads making fun of people who exaggerate their injuries.  Maybe they’re even mocking some of their competitors’ ads.  Here’s an example: Another video from ...

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