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Monthly Archives: September 2009

Crossing the Finish Line…Eventually (access required)

For Virginia lawyers, finding CLE hours and fulfilling annual license requirements is easier than ever. Big shops like Virginia CLE cover a wide range of topics in a variety of formats. The Virginia State Bar, among others, offers free CLEs ...

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Lawyers want to get paid… (access required)

Family lawyers who accept court-appointed work in Fairfax County say they’re not getting paid on time, and two of them are asking the Supreme Court of Virginia to intervene, claiming they are owed more than $50,000 in fees for work ...

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Get ready for more aggressive HIPAA enforcement (access required)

Another round of regulations under federal privacy laws means more lawyers writing more advisories for businesses, and one health law attorney says it’s time to prepare for more aggressive HIPAA enforcement. This time, the regulations under the Health Insurance Portability ...

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