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Reed Smith cuts first-year associate pay, rates and hours

Reed Smith LLP, an international law firm with offices in Richmond and Northern Virginia, will cut by 20 percent the billings rates and annual salary of first-year associates in its 15 U.S. offices. The changes affect 51 attorneys who will ...

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Reed Smith cuts first-year associate pay, rates and hours

Reed Smith LLP, an international law firm with offices in Richmond and Northern Virginia, will cut by 20 percent the billings rates and annual salary of first-year associates in its 15 U.S. offices. The changes affect 51 attorneys who will ...

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Mims to join Hunton and Williams

Virginia Attorney General William C. Mims will join Hunton & Williams LLP when he leaves office in January. Mims was named AG earlier this year when former Attorney General Bob McDonnell stepped down for a successful run for governor. Mims ...

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Ex-judge’s law license revoked

The story behind the abrupt and murky departure of former Norfolk Circuit Judge Alfred M. Tripp from the bench may now be public. And it apparently involves in part providing false information on judicial selection questionnaires sent to the General ...

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Two lawyers cleared of contempt

The Supreme Court of Virginia today exonerated two Hampton Roads lawyers held in contempt for presuming that Norfolk Circuit Judge Chuck Griffith would grant continuances in their clients’ criminal trials. Both lawyers – Ken Singleton and Gordon Zedd – arranged ...

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