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Presenting VLW’s Reader Rankings 2017 (access required)


Over the summer, Virginia Lawyers Weekly sought out input from you, the readers, to determine who is the best when it comes to helping your business. The votes are in and have been tallied, and now Virginia Lawyers Weekly is ...

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Letter to the Editor: Real change involves business-building skills

Dear Editor: In reference to “Culture Change Needed,” VLW, Sept. 11: It is sad that so many good and skilled lawyers find the practice of law so stress­ful that their very health is adversely af­fected. I strongly encourage everyone to ...

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ACCA Vagueness, VICAR Violations and Defining Violent Crimes (access required)

Alleged members of the Mad Stone Bloods gang request that a Roanoke U.S. District Court dismiss the counts in the superseding indictment charging them with the use and discharge of firearms during crimes of violence, in violation of 18 U.S.C. ...

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Notice Sufficient, “Applicable Law” Does Not Incorporate Future Law (access required)

Plaintiff asserts three defendants failed to comply with the terms of the note and deed of trust on her home and seeks to rescind the sale of her property to a fourth defendant, all four of whom were involved in ...

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