CHARLOTTESVILLE — A former Fluvanna County prep soccer player has been convicted of charges that she bit an opponent during a game. Media outlets report that 18-year-old Katrina Ditta received a suspended sentence Monday after a judge found her guilty ...Read More »
Every corporate counsel knows that departing employees often take some form of an employer’s confidential and proprietary information to use at their next job. It is a fact of business and to some limited extent, little can be done (cost-effectively) ...Read More »
Electronic documents can tell a tale at odds with the surface script, and dealing with “metadata” can present temptations to corporate counsel when an email hits the wrong person’s inbox. Metadata includes the hidden information that describes the history, tracking ...Read More »
According to a recent study, more than half of all employees admit to stealing employers’ confidential data. Meanwhile, a key employee has just left your company for a competitor. Whether this employee would steal your information or not, at a ...Read More »
When Leopold Aguirre allegedly fired Abigail Shomo from her job as a waitress at his restaurant in Radford, it wasn’t because he was unhappy with her work. In fact, he said he was satisfied with her performance. Instead, he allegedly ...Read More »
From the Pension Protection Act of 2006 to fee disclosure regulations taking effect in 2012, employer-sponsored retirement plans have seen a flurry of changes from Congress and regulators. While these changes stand to improve retirement outcomes, they also impose a ...
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Having just paid the second highest ever annual total for claims, the Virginia State Bar Clients’ Protection Fund is considering changes that would allow even larger payments to victims of dishonest lawyers. In the fiscal year ending June 30, the ...Read More »
Lawyers braved the mid-day sun July 18 to appear before a legislative committee in Richmond to discuss changing the rules for summary judgment practice in Virginia state courts. House Courts of Justice committee chair Del. Dave Albo, R-Fairfax, convened the ...
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