Virginia Beach spent $200,000 in 2002 to put together a facial recognition security system at the Oceanfront, but the system has essentially been scrapped, reports The Virginian-Pilot. It was designed to match facial images to a computer database, but it ...Read More »
The Norfolk office of McGuireWoods received the Attorney General’s Cup today for collecting the most food per capita of any law firm in the state during the first statewide “Legal Food Frenzy” in April. Attorney General Bob McDonnell presented the ...Read More »
A Harrisonburg federal district judge has rejected a challenge to federal Title IX guidelines that led to the demise last year of multiple men’s sport teams at James Madison University. On Aug. 21, U.S. District Judge Glen Conrad denied a ...Read More »
One question I constantly grapple with is this: how can good lawyers, whose days are filled with constant interruptions, difficult staffing issues and demanding clients, become great marketers? Most attorneys are very good at marketing when placed in the right ...Read More »
The Virginia attorney general’s office has offered to help put Anthony O. Price on a fast track to the Supreme Court of Virginia in his attack on the constitutionality of the state’s civil remedial fees. Esther Windmueller, who is representing ...Read More »
Company recruiters have a number of tools aimed at finding the perfect candidate, including Internet search engines like Google and Yahoo!, and employers are increasingly using these options to get the skinny on potential employees. But while employers can see ...Read More »
McGuireWoods, the Richmond-based legal giant, has a new managing partner, Thomas E. Cabaniss (see picture at right). Cabaniss, a partner in the firm’s Charlotte office and the first managing partner from outside Richmond, succeeds William J. Strickland, who held the ...
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