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A couple of firsts for the VADA

The Virginia Association of Defense Attorneys held its annual meeting late last week and the organization marked several significant firsts: · It was the first time the VADA held its annual do at The Homestead. Both the Virginia Bar Association and ...

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Another Conrad case revived despite apparent settlement

Loudoun County Circuit Judge Thomas Horne will allow a plaintiff to pursue his auto accident case despite the earlier “settlement” of the claim by a dishonest lawyer acting without the client’s authority. Woodbridge lawyer Stephen Conrad, now disbarred and imprisoned, ...

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Another Conrad case revived despite apparent settlement

Loudoun County Circuit Judge Thomas Horne will allow a plaintiff to pursue his auto accident case despite the earlier “settlement” of the claim by a dishonest lawyer acting without the client’s authority. Woodbridge lawyer Stephen Conrad, now disbarred and imprisoned, ...

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“Good Lawyers” wins national award

The Virginia State Bar and former president Jon D. Huddleston have received a national award for excellence in marketing. The “Virginia Is for Good Lawyers” project that Huddleston developed during his tenure last year includes “The Big Picture,” a video ...

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“Good Lawyers” wins national award

The Virginia State Bar and former president Jon D. Huddleston have received a national award for excellence in marketing. The “Virginia Is for Good Lawyers” project that Huddleston developed during his tenure last year includes “The Big Picture,” a video ...

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New U.S. News ranking category?

Law students at Regent University’s law school blow off steam playing intramural flag football. Not so weird, you might say, but these people really take this stuff seriously. There’s even a website where the team rankings are listed (the 3L ...

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New U.S. News ranking category?

Law students at Regent University’s law school blow off steam playing intramural flag football. Not so weird, you might say, but these people really take this stuff seriously. There’s even a website where the team rankings are listed (the 3L ...

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Lawyer keeps working through explosion, fire

It took a power outage and mandatory evacuation to get Andrew McRoberts out of his office last week, according to an account he posts on his blog. McRoberts’ firm, Richmond’s Sands Anderson, was one of the offices affected when a ...

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Down and dirty

HOT SPRINGS–Hey buddy, want to get your hands on a “dirty transcript”? Attendees at the annual meeting of the Virginia Association of Defense Attorneys perked up when Bill Archambault mentioned a “dirty transcript” in a seminar about using technology for ...

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