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Bankruptcy attorneys could lose e-filing privileges (access required)

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Bankruptcy lawyers who practice in the Eastern District of Virginia could lose their ability to e-file if they fail to register with the bar of the U.S. District Court. This decision follows new protocols by the Eastern District Bankruptcy Court ...

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Norfolk firm focuses donation efforts on education during COVID-19

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A Norfolk law firm is dedicating its charitable efforts to assist local schools during the COVID-19 pandemic. Cassidy Lewis, chief marketing officer of Cooper Hurley Injury Lawyers, said her firm has always been involved in philanthropic work throughout the community. ...

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CLE available for work on Election Day (access required)

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The Virginia Bar Association and the Virginia Board of Elections will offer CLE credits to attorneys who volunteer as election officers in November. Election officers, or individuals who help conduct elections at polling places, are crucial to successful Election Day ...

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Fairfax County Commonwealth Attorney confirms office will continue prosecuting animal misdemeanor cases (access required)

Fairfax Commonwealth’s Attorney Steve Descano confirmed his office will continue prosecuting animal cruelty misdemeanors last week following rumors that his attorneys will stop pursuing these cases.  “To be clear: animal cruelty will continue to be prosecuted in Fairfax County and ...

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PPP a financial lifeline, but largest firms reluctant to discuss loans (access required)

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For many of the nearly 5 million American companies that have received low-interest loans through the federal Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), the financing they obtained has been indispensable in keeping employees on their payrolls during a pandemic. Law firms, many ...

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