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Federal prosecutor sees boost in financial crimes

Julia Dudley, U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Virginia, has seen a rise in complex criminal cases coming through the federal court in recent months. But these complicated crimes, such as white-collar fraud, are the kinds of cases that ...

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Jefferson case is first test for 1977 law

The Alexandria trial of a former Lousiana Congressman is the first under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. He is first and only U.S. public official to be charged under the act, and one of only two individuals in the past ...

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For those looking to expand their vocabulary…

Not sure what to do on your next staycation? You could try the latest acai diet with a frenemy. Or put on some reggaeton and update your vlog. Maybe watch the latest Webisode on green-collar workers’ efforts to reduce their ...

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PDFs: A handy tool for document management, storage (access required)

Any lawyer understands the importance of document management. Important papers pass through the office daily and establishing an organized system for storing and sharing files becomes a necessary practice. But pieces of paper can quickly turn into mountains of records, ...

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General district judge hangs up the robe

General District Judge Norman deVere “Dev” Morrison retired yesterday after 24 years on the bench. Before his judicial appointment in 1985, Judge Morrison served as the Berryville town attorney and as a substitute judge. During his career, he has sat ...

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Williams Mullen celebrates centennial

To mark the law firm’s 100th anniversary, each of Williams Mullen’s 297 lawyers pledged to donate 100 hours of time this year to public service or pro-bono work. The firm was established in Richmond in 1909 by Lewis C. Williams ...

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Williams Mullen celebrates centennial

To mark the law firm’s 100th anniversary, each of Williams Mullen’s 297 lawyers pledged to donate 100 hours of time this year to public service or pro-bono work. The firm was established in Richmond in 1909 by Lewis C. Williams ...

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Retired Judge Burch Millsap dies

Former Fairfax County Circuit Judge Burch Millsap died on June 6 of lung disease. He was 85. Born in Missouri, Judge Millsap served in the Army Air Forces during World War II as an airplane mechanic. He graduated from law ...

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