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Friday, May 1, is Law Day (access required)

Law Day observances on Friday will include a gala in Roanoke, appearances by a congressman and a former senator in Richmond, an open house at the childhood home of civil rights pioneer Oliver W. Hill in Roanoke and the annual ...

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Feds again delay use of E-Verify system (access required)

WASHINGTON — For a third time, the federal government has delayed the implementation of a rule requiring all companies working on federal contracts to electronically check the legal working status of their employees through the Department of Homeland Security’s E-Verify ...

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Search engines besides Google? Who knew? (access required)

There’s a big case coming up tomorrow. But you misplaced your expert’s number. You need directions to a courthouse several counties away. And a colleague mentioned something about a similar case. You need to do some last minute research. Do ...

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