For many law firm associates, making time to relax and take care of themselves seems impossible within their busy schedules. On the surface, it sounds like a good idea (in the same way having a mandatory firm-wide nap time in ...Read More »
Some groups of Virginia lawyers have been lobbying legislators who will decide this month whether newly appointed Virginia Supreme Court Justice Jane Marum Roush stays on the high court for a full 12-year term or is forced to give way ...Read More »
An adoption order severs the visitation rights of a child’s biological grandparents, the Virginia Court of Appeals has held. The court construed a 1997 legislative change that made it clear that General Assembly intended to break the connection between a ...Read More »
A Virginia lawyer who signed on to work with a national debt relief service ended up with a public admonition from the Virginia State Bar in June. The national company, meanwhile, was shut down on the order of a federal ...Read More »
Numerous technology tools can help to lock down systems, including software and hardware controls as well as mobile-specific products. But even with all that firepower, security breaches are still common, and some experts believe that every company has already been ...
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For those who are fans of both trademarks and the NFL’s team in Washington, last month’s decision of the U.S. District Court in Alexandria, affirming the cancellation by the United States Patent and Trademark Office of the “Redskins” mark, may ...Read More »
The name-spotting game has been amped up with Judge Martin Clark’s latest novel, a yarn packed with intrigue and liberally sprinkled with references to Virginia legal figures and local personalities. Clark has been taking weekend breaks from the bench this ...
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A subcontractor seeking payment from a general contractor bypassed multiple ADR options in the parties’ contract and sued the payment sureties and the general contractor, in a new decision from Charlottesville Circuit Court. Circuit Judge Richard E. Moore refused to ...Read More »