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No SOX shelter for bouncing your boss

Here is today’s tip for a happy workplace: Don’t threaten to have police remove the company HR director, your superior, from a company-funded holiday lunch. If you do deny admission to the festivities, don’t expect Sarbanes-Oxley to provide protective cover ...

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AP: Bolling to seek second term as Lt. Gov.

The Associated Press reports that Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling will announce this afternoon that he will seek reelection as lieutenant governor in 2009. Bolling’s announcement will leave Attorney General Bob McDonnell an open field for the Republican nomination for governor. ...

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Saluting Virginia’s Unsung Legal Heroes (access required)

We are pleased to recognize 15 individuals who are “Virginia’s Unsung Legal Heroes” for 2007. Lawyers in Virginia do great work. But at the commonwealth’s law firms, you’ll find any number of dedicated professionals who work behind the scenes and ...

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Crack prosecution policy criticized

How does a lawyer know when a judge is annoyed at him? Maybe it’s when the judge lays out his beef in a first-page footnote in a published opinion. In this decision, Chief U.S. District Judge James Jones pointedly criticizes ...

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