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Representing churches and the clergy (access required)

The First Amendment is always in the background when church-related employment issues arise. Moreover, “a careful balance between the human perspective and the legal perspective is very important,” says Carrie D. Willard, who joined the Richmond firm of Macaulay & ...

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Appellant must post bond, despite note (access required)

A deputy clerk’s notation that an appeal bond was “0” did not relieve an appellant of his obligation to post bond within 30 days of an adverse support ruling in juvenile and domestic relations district court. As a consequence, Chesterfield ...

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