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Ten years out, court dismisses case

Lawsuit, what lawsuit? If Brenda Altman ever wondered what happened to the employment discrimination suit she filed in federal district court back in 2001, she apparently didn’t do anything about it. A former civilian audit assistant for a U.S. Army ...

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Budget deal would unfreeze 23 judgeships

The budget compromise hammered out last week by House and Senate conferees includes money for filling 23 trial court judgeships, according to a knowledgeable source. The plan would unfreeze 10 circuit court positions, six general district court slots, and seven ...

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The grass may not be greener

Gathering news every day for Virginia lawyers, it’s tempting to take a look over the fence at what our neighbors are up to in their legal endeavors. It’s surprising, sometimes, what you see next door. Take, for instance, the details ...

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Budget conferees close to naming names

Legislators negotiating a budget deal may be close to figuring out who will be in Virginia’s newest crop of judges and where they’ll be sitting, according to one budget conference committee member. In a recent round of talks, the House ...

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Posner wins LGA award

Ellen F.M. Posner, assistant county attorney for Fairfax County, was named the winner of the 2012 Cherin Award given by the Local Government Attorneys of Virginia, Inc. at its recent conference in Williamsburg. The LGA’s Cherin Award recognizes distinguished service ...

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