Some have called Remote Deposit “the most important development the U.S. banking industry has seen in years.” More importantly, its impact on your firm has already occurred in ways you might not have noticed – the reduction of check clearing ...Read More »
Hope, Emily Dickinson famously once wrote, is a thing with feathers. The new logo for the College of William and Mary is a thing without feathers. The NCAA decided the two feathers on the school’s previous logo were “hostile and ...Read More »
There are 18, count ‘em, 18 candidates seeking two soon-to-be-available circuit judgeships in Chesapeake. One seat is open now, following the appointment of Judge S. Bernard Goodwyn to the Supreme Court of Virginia last month. Judge Frederick Creekmore will be ...Read More »
A Virginia State Bar disciplinary subcommittee has dismissed a complaint by Virginia Beach circuit judges that Commonwealth’s Attorney Harvey L. Bryant III violated legal ethics. Bryant announced the dismissal Saturday at the same event that led to the complaint—a Republican ...
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Vickie left the mortgage company she worked with for several years for a competitor and a promotion. No one could blame her for leaving; after all, she had dreams of her own to pursue. Vickie was well-respected by her co-workers. ...Read More »
Choosing a bank is a bit like choosing a spouse: it’s important to think about the long haul. “Sometimes, business owners focus on the immediately tangible aspect of banking: shopping for the loan rate that will save a quarter of ...Read More »
The Virginia State Bar and Suffolk lawyer Johnnie Mizelle were preparing for a disciplinary hearing before a three-judge panel next Monday when they reached a deal: Mizelle would consent to a five-year suspension of his law license to settle charges ...Read More »