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The case for separate settlement counsel in the ADR process

Have the recent domestic and global economic upheavals led to structural changes in the practice of law? Whether there is a “new normal” for the legal profession may be debatable, but one thing is certain: clients, particularly business clients, have ...

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The grass may not be greener

Gathering news every day for Virginia lawyers, it’s tempting to take a look over the fence at what our neighbors are up to in their legal endeavors. It’s surprising, sometimes, what you see next door. Take, for instance, the details ...

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Budget conferees close to naming names

Legislators negotiating a budget deal may be close to figuring out who will be in Virginia’s newest crop of judges and where they’ll be sitting, according to one budget conference committee member. In a recent round of talks, the House ...

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