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Practice Management (access required)

If you follow baseball, you know that a “closer” is the pitcher who comes into the game in the ninth inning and secures the win. Having a good closer is not an essential element in having a winning record. But ...

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Making A Motion For Recusal (access required)

A motion for recusal — asking a judge to get off a case — is like dynamite. It is powerful, and you need to handle it carefully. Judges who have been prosecutors before taking the bench are especially sensitive to ...

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Issue Framed By Judicial Canons, Case Law (access required)

The question developing under Virginia’s law on judicial ethics is how big is the umbrella defined by the rule calling for recusal when a judge’s impartiality “might reasonably be questioned.” That is the standard employed under Virginia’s current Canons of ...

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Virginia Venues (access required)

On the surface, Gloucester County shows off much of its distinguished history. It boasts America’s oldest courthouse in continuous use and a handful of Revolutionary-era buildings. And it was home to a few of the most notable events in colonial ...

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Support Guidelines (access required)

Domestic relations lawyers are accustomed to steering a course between art and science, using the art of advocacy to make the most of black-letter law. Now family law practitioners in the metropolitan Richmond area are poised to take a big ...

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Dahnk: A Different Kind Of VSB Leader (access required)

It was a splendid day in Fredericksburg on May 19. Sunlight beckoned from the large windows of the Glover & Dahnk law firm on Princess Anne Street. “It’s a Hollywood day. It never looks like this,” said Jean P. “Jeannie” ...

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Top ?Young Lawyer' Gives Back To Community (access required)

VIRGINIA BEACH—For most young big-firm associates, the dual demands of the years-long effort to make partner while raising a family are plenty; few can carve out large chunks of time to pursue demanding volunteer work. Richard H. Ottinger, however, has ...

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