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A 12-year vacation?

Norfolk City Council has learned that an employee of its Community Services Board collected a salary and benefits for 12 years without going to work. The identity of the employee – who has been fired – and the circumstances that ...

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Felony charges dropped in flaming bartender trick

A fire marshal threw the book at two Herndon bartenders for their pyrotechnics, but Fairfax Commonwealth’s Attorney Ray Morrogh said felony charges will be dismissed. The Jimmy’s Old Town Tavern employees were arrested in July after performing the “flaming bartender,” ...

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McGuireWoods v. TigerWoods

Update 2010/08/24, 9:20 a.m. While Dennis Belcher’s expertise in handling big-dollar arrangements for families no doubt played a role in the firm’s representation of Elin Nordegren in her divorce from Tiger Woods, there’s a more direct connection. Nordegren’s twin sister, ...

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New leadership for JIRC

The Virginia Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission has elected a new chairman and vice chairman. Effective Sept. 15, Fauquier lawyer James P. Fisher will succeed Norfolk lawyer Martin A. Thomas as chair of the commonwealth’s judicial oversight agency. Fisher, Chief ...

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New leadership for JIRC

The Virginia Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission has elected a new chairman and vice chairman. Effective Sept. 15, Fauquier lawyer James P. Fisher will succeed Norfolk lawyer Martin A. Thomas as chair of the commonwealth’s judicial oversight agency. Fisher, Chief ...

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UVa ruling expected in 10 days

Albemarle County Circuit Judge Paul Peatross announced Friday he would decide in ten days the University of Virginia’s court challenge to civil investigative demands issued by Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli seeking documents related to climate change research. As reported ...

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