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So many ways to say it, so many meanings. The “Dude” salutation started with surfers, skaters and stoners, according to urban lore. Bud Light beer’s “Dude” commercials, starting in 2007, highlighted the many subtle shadings of the word. But you ...

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VALS to hold meeting in Charlottesville (access required)

CALSA…the association for legal professionals will host the VALS winter seminar and Third Board of Governors Meeting on Feb. 5 in Charlottesville at the Holiday Inn University & Conference Center. Hotel reservations can be made directly with the Holiday Inn ...

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VSB Disciplinary Actions (access required)

Effective Dec. 10, the Virginia State Bar Disciplinary Board suspended Henrico County lawyer Sara Davis Harman’s license to practice law for three years. The board found she violated disciplinary rules that govern competence, diligence, communication, conflicts of interest involving a ...

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B. Mark Fried (access required)

B. Mark Fried, an Albemarle County developer and lawyer, died Dec. 11 from complications of back surgery. He was 78. A graduate of Syracuse University and the University of Chicago law school, Mr. Fried was admitted to the Virginia bar ...

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Subcontractor for linguists contends regs were ignored – $2,858,463 Verdict (access required)

L-3 Communication Services Inc., the prime contractor to a government contract, refused to pay interim variance indirect rate invoices to a subcontractor, Thomas Computer Solutions LLC (TCS), until the Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA) conducted a final audit. This stance ...

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