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Appeal goes ‘Up in Smoke’

On the heels of the ‘Shaggy defense’ comes a drug case out of the Maryland Court of Appeals. Our sister paper, the Daily Record, reports on a recent opinion that peppers in not one, but two, colorful pop culture references. ...

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Protecting yourself, data when recycling

When donating or recycling used computers, it’s important to keep your personal files out of the wrong hands. Simply deleting files from your computer does not clear the information from your hard drive. Armed with the right tools, even an ...

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Old computers can get new life through recycling

As technology develops at a seemingly exponential rate, many small firms and businesses find themselves burdened with obsolete equipment. Limited resources and overall lack of awareness, coupled with concerns for the environment, have prompted some offices to hang on to ...

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Virginia’s Largest Law Firms 2010 (access required)

Virginia Lawyers Weekly is pleased to present its annual survey of “Virginia’s Largest Law Firms.” As in years past, the survey provides a ranking of the top 75 law firms in the commonwealth. The ranks are determined by the number ...

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Allen & Allen to honor 100 Hometown Heroes

The Richmond-based personal injury law firm of Allen, Allen, Allen & Allen will celebrate its 100th anniversary by awarding 100 ‘Hometown Heroes.’ The firm is now seeking nominations for people who made a difference in their communities and in the ...

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Hidden dangers lurk on trusted Web sites

Could your Web browsing habits be putting your firm at risk? Clicking on an unfamiliar link, opening a questionable attachment or downloading a corrupt application could potentially install malicious software onto your computer, expose confidential data and cost you or ...

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