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Waiver money running out

Court-appointed lawyers could face disappointment on fees for some cases next month. The money for fee cap waivers is running out again. The budget for the fiscal year that ends in June included $4.2 million for extra pay for court-appointed ...

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Law Day Weiner Roast in Fairfax

Every year on May 1, Law Day is celebrated throughout the nation. In Fairfax, Law Day means the annual Weiner Roast hosted by Weiner & Spivey PLC. Ed Weiner (left) has been the host with the roast for 12 years, ...

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Poff accepts Groot award

Veteran Roanoke lawyer William B. Poff has been honored with the Roger D. Groot Professionalism Award from the Ted Dalton American Inn of Court in Salem. Poff was president of the Virginia State Bar in 1981-82 and is a Master ...

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Trent Kerns to lead the Allen firm

Trent S. Kerns has been elected president of the law firm of Allen, Allen, Allen & Allen. He joins Edward L. Allen and Jason W. Konvicka as the members of the firm’s executive committee. Kerns, who joined Allen & Allen ...

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Boldly go

Back in the mid-1990s, a book called, “Make It So: Leadership Lessons from Star Trek: The Next Generation,” was published. This was when STNG was in its heyday, and the author took examples from episodes of the series to illustrate ...

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Byrd tapped to lead Sands Anderson

Sands Anderson PC has elected L. Lee Byrd as president of the firm, according to M. Pierce Rucker, immediate past president. Byrd is the former chair of the business and professional litigation practice at Sands Anderson and a member of ...

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