Although a great deal of attention is directed toward social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and others, even the newest tools have a tough time matching up to a now-classic online strategy: the blog. “Blogs are still very relevant ...Read More »
The most cost-effective business development strategy for any firm is to expand current services with existing clients. Current clients are already in hand and don’t have to be identified and wooed. They offer great potential for leverage, as new services ...
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When Jared Murayama signed off on a settlement in December 2009, he may have thought he had a pretty good deal. The deal gave him $2 million for transferring stock shares to NISC Holdings LLC, a company that bought out ...Read More »
Northern Virginia lawyers and legislators are pushing for more representatives from their region on the committee that will oversee a study of how judges should be allocated in Virginia. The Fairfax Bar Association and 31 General Assembly members have sent ...Read More »
Even something so seemingly innocuous as a business card can present ethical issues for attorneys. For example, although the commonwealth of Virginia doesn’t specifically reference business cards in the Rules of Professional Conduct, lawyers have been cited for inappropriate use ...
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WASHINGTON (AP) — Thousands of drones patrolling U.S. skies? Predictions that multitudes of unmanned aircraft could be flying here within a decade are raising the specter of a “surveillance society” in which no home or backyard would be off limits ...Read More »
CHARLOTTESVILLE — Prosecutors say the second-degree murder conviction of a former University of Virginia lacrosse player in his ex-girlfriend’s slaying shouldn’t be set aside. Charlottesville Commonwealth’s Attorney Dave Chapman filed a response to defense counsel’s motion to set aside the ...Read More »
A federal judge plans to approve a settlement between Virginia and the federal government that would shift the care of people with intellectual disabilities to community-based services. But the judge wants the agreement to include changes to protect the rights ...Read More »
A Northern Virginia lawmaker says the announcement that Virginia Beach Circuit Judge Patricia West will join the staff of Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli pulls back the shade from a mysterious budget amendment offered by Gov. Bob McDonnell. During the final ...Read More »