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Are Zoom depositions making us go a little mad? (access required)


The “new normal” of practicing law remotely has its challenges. Zoom depositions are one of them.  Preparation is tedious. Computer screens notoriously freeze mid-sentence. And how about those lawyers who love using the limitations of virtual testimony to feed helpful ...

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New rules for judges: High court proposes revisions to judicial canons (access required)

Judge holding law book

The Supreme Court of Virginia is floating proposed new Canons of Judicial Conduct for public input and comment. Under the proposal, which streamlines the current canons, a judge may: Participate in social media, within restraint. Participate in community activities, to ...

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The ‘Great Resignation’ and restrictions on noncompetes (access required)

Employee handing in resignation letter

The Great Resignation is coming. Unprecedented numbers of employees are expected to change jobs, and more than half of them will take confidential company information. Worse, 40 percent of them will use that information at their new job. Companies frequently ...

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