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Harrisonburg attorneys and firm honored for pro bono work (access required)

Three Harrisonburg attorneys and a law firm were recognized Friday for pro bono work done in the local community. Blue Ridge Legal Services, the Shenandoah Valley’s non-profit legal aid society, recognized Darren Bostic of Bostic & Bostic, PC; John Krall ...

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New study shows persistent gender pay gap (access required)

Despite findings showing large gains in pay for both equity and non-equity partners in law firms, a Major, Lindsey & Africa biennial Partner Compensation Survey also found that male partners earn, on average, 44 percent more than their female counterparts. ...

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Postal Worker’s Age Bias Claim Survives (access required)

A U.S. Postal Service maintenance me­chanic’s claim that he was not promoted to maintenance supervisor at a Roanoke processing center because of his race and status as a disabled veteran is dismissed for failure to exhaust administrative remedies for federal ...

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George W. Downs (access required)

Former Stuart Mayor George Downs died on Sept. 6. He was 82 years old. Mr. Downs was born in Richmond, and after spending part of his youth in Alex­andria returned to Richmond, eventually graduating from St. Christopher’s School in 1953. ...

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