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Too good to be true? (access required)

For any law firm, large or small, the process of hiring a new employee can be daunting. Large firms have recruiting coordinators and hiring committees. But small firms usually have one partner, maybe two, charged with locating a new lawyer ...

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Tough stuff (access required)

Bribery, bankruptcy, failure to pay debts and taking money from children. Tough stuff for a general election, much less a Republican nomination contest. Too tough for Paul C. Jost, the challenger for the seat held by Sen. Thomas K. Norment ...

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Second homeowners’ group suit dismissed (access required)

A second lawsuit challenging the actions of a community homeowners’ group in Virginia has been dismissed. U.S. District Judge Norman K. Moon ruled that evidence did not support charges of racketeering and extortion against the Dogwood Valley Citizens Association. The ...

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