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Budget Burdens Felt In Fairfax (access required)

FAIRFAX—Like virtually every recipient of state funds, the Fairfax County court system keenly feels the impact of the state’s budget mess. But judges there say that even with little prospect of relief, the system is functioning at a high level. ...

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10 'Biggest' Defense Verdicts Of 2002 (access required)

Last month Virginia Lawyers Weekly published the “Largest Verdicts of 2002,” our annual compilation of million-dollar verdicts in Virginia. Choosing the biggest plaintiff’s victories is an easy task — just do the math. But what about the lawyers who work ...

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Criminal-Defense Group Aims To Boost Influence (access required)

The state’s largest organization of criminal defense attorneys has launched a major membership drive to raise revenue and increase the group’s influence. The drive coincides with a name change, the hiring of an executive director and a more vigorous presence ...

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Experts: Schmoozing Key To Building Your Practice (access required)

Networking is a key to enhancing your practice, experts emphasize repeatedly. “It’s timely, and it transcends practice groups,” said Caren E. Ulrich, who teaches attorney development at McGuireWoods’ Washington, D.C. office. “Everybody needs it.” Sounds good. But how exactly do ...

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Largest Verdicts of 2002 (access required)

In the year of the well-publicized woes of Enron, Arthur Andersen and WorldCom, Virginia juries punished fraudulent behavior with three of the largest verdicts in 2002. Of the year’s largest verdicts, the fraud cases — including the runaway top verdict, ...

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