Google is well known as the go-to search engine for almost anything on the Web. But behind its simple interface lies a wealth of hidden gems: a picture sharing community, a blogging platform, an e-mail server, a brand new Internet ...Read More »
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On Aug. 6, Virginia Lawyers Weekly debuted its redesigned and revamped Web site at www.valawyersweekly.com. But version 2.0 is more than just a new look. While our previous content and overall functionality have remained intact, you’ll notice that we have ...Read More »
A committee has been appointed to find a successor to U.Va. president John Casteen, who will retire in August 2010. The 19-person committee is made up of nine members of the Board of Visitors, six faculty members, two former rectors ...Read More »
The U.S. Department of Justice has created a national database that aims to match names and histories with countless unidentified bodies. The National Missing and Unidentifed Persons System (NamUs), gives police, medical examiners, coroners and family members of missing people ...Read More »
Economic stimulus money means more opportunities for enforcement of child support obligations. Virginia collected more than $639 million in child-support payments in the past 12 months, up $10 million from the previous year, reports the Richmond Times-Dispatch. In many cases, ...
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New Associations David O. Williamson has become a member of the Roanoke law firm of Brumberg, Mackey & Wall. Ethan G. Ostroff has joined the Virginia Beach office of Troutman Sanders as an associate. Elizabeth G. Hester and Drew W. ...Read More »