A lot has changed in law practice, and not least is the number of people who want to be lawyers. The demand for legal education may never return to the level law school deans saw a dozen years ago, and ...
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A lot has changed in the realm of intellectual property law following the record-breaking 10 IP cases decided by the U.S. Supreme Court in its 2013 term. Highlights of the six unanimously decided patent cases include suits in which the ...Read More »
A prominent Virginia Beach lawyer is battling legal claims on two fronts in the wake of the 2012 death of an investment advisor accused of mishandling investors’ money. The advisor “left a lot of clients in the lurch,” one lawyer ...Read More »
When a married couple negotiated a child support agreement, the mother tried to insure that she could count on $2,000 in monthly support for the couple’s three children until they were all out of the house. Two years later, after ...Read More »
Like all driven professionals, law-firm partners sometimes can disappoint when it comes to dealing with colleagues’ personal problems. The reason is simple and more than understandable when seen in the context of everyday life: When a potential issue emerges, the ...
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Norfolk federal judge has allowed a family’s claim to go forward against two police officers involved in the fatal shooting last year of a suspected bad check artist. U.S. District Judge Raymond A. Jackson rejected a motion to dismiss a ...Read More »