If you and your law firm ever have had to deal with a “difficult” employee, here’s one for you. A medical clinic in Salem hired a guy named Jones to serve primarily as their receptionist. As in the guy who ...
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Here’s a preview of coming attractions. In October, we will publish our “Leaders in the Law” magazine, highlighting the honorees in the Class of 2010. Right now we’re collecting info and stories from this year’s group and preparing the copy ...Read More »
The obituaries column in any newspaper, including ours, tends to be pretty sober and sobering. But from the obits in the Richmond Times-Dispatch yesterday, here’s one that will make you read it twice. A guy who was 67 passed away. ...Read More »
Always try to get a noncompete and a nonsolicitation agreement from employees. That’s the take-away for small businesses in the wake of a recently dismissed business tort lawsuit in Fairfax Circuit Court. The case featured two small woman-owned businesses that ...Read More »
It’s late August, so here’s a back-to-school item. Every year since 1998, Beloit College in Wisconsin has released the “Beloit College Mindset List.” This list provides a rundown of the cultural touchstones that have shaped the year’s entering freshmen. It ...Read More »
Gov. Bob McDonnell has named two deputy counselors. J. Randall Minchew, a prominent Loudoun County land use lawyer, will be deputy counselor and advisor to the governor. Minchew has been managing partner at the Leesburg office of Walsh, Colucci, Lubely, ...
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(AP) DNA tests conducted under Virginia’s one-of-a-kind post-conviction DNA testing program indicate that a man who served seven years in prison for a 1979 rape didn’t commit the crime, and he wants Virginia’s high court to declare him innocent. Calvin ...Read More »