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The Best of 2004 — Recap (access required)

Editor’s Note: The following selected stories appeared in the VLW Daily E-Mail Alert and as featured daily news links on the VLW Web site during the past year. The originating source of a story is indicated after the item. The ...

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The Best of 2004 — Hearsay (access required)

I Cite You, You Cite Me The learned judges of the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals likely are accustomed to seeing their legal reasoning cited by other courts. But they may have done a double-take when they saw a ...

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The Best of 2004 (access required)

Virginia Lawyers Weekly proudly presents the best that the past year had to offer – the top news stories, the top cases, the Yearly Recap and the best selections from our “Hearsay” column. The Top News Stories The Top Cases ...

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Is Dialing Into A Conference Call An Interception? (access required)

In March 2002 Ed Matricardi, then executive director of the Republican Party of Virginia, listened in on two conference calls among Democratic legislators who were discussing a redistricting case.? Matricardi and three others subsequently pled guilty to federal wiretapping charges.? ...

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Ten Keys To Owning The Q&A Stage (access required)

“Before I refuse to take your questions, I have an opening statement.”-Ronald Reagan The grand jury has just indicted the CEO of your firm’s largest client on numerous violations of securities regulations, and the press is salivating for the opportunity ...

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Managing The ?Shoulds' Of Decision-Making (access required)

Choices. The fabric of our personal and professional lives is heavily interwoven with the decisions we have made or not made. Likewise, most of our choices have a direct or indirect, negative or positive impact on the lives of those ...

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Blogging: Hot Marketing Trend Costs Little, Delivers Results (access required)

Search Google for “trademark lawyer,” and the number-one hit is the Trademark Blog of New York lawyer Martin Schwimmer. Search for “appellate law,” and the highest ranking page is How Appealing, the blog of Pennsylvania appellate attorney Howard J. Bashman. ...

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Exercise: A Perfect Way For Lawyers To Beat Stress (access required)

A high profile criminal trial or the demands of a business client can add much physical and emotional stress to your personal and professional life. One of the best ways to combat this is to make physical fitness a part ...

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FAQs About Legal Headhunters & Headhunting (access required)

The business of legal job searching is far-and-away the most misunderstood area of human resources insofar as attorneys are concerned. Legal career counselors and advisors get more questions about this area of attorney job-hunting, and more questions that clearly indicate ...

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The Five Golden Rules Of Negotiation For Lawyers (access required)

Let’s say you’re sitting at your desk Monday morning, your telephone rings, and it’s Jane, opposing counsel in one of your cases, calling to see if you might be interested in discussing the offer she e-mailed you last week. Because ...

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