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Financial misdeeds prompt 1-year suspension of lawyer (access required)

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A Manassas lawyer’s fast ways with money cost him a license suspension of a year and a day after his partner turned him into the Virginia State Bar. A panel of the VSB Disciplinary Board found that James S. Del ...

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Prosecutor reprimanded for listening to lawyer call (access required)

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A Virginia prosecutor has agreed to a Virginia State Bar reprimand for listening to a recording of a phone call between a lawyer and his jailed client. The call was recorded because the lawyer had not registered his phone number ...

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22 elected to Bar Counsel after record turnout (access required)


Twenty-two lawyers will begin their terms as Virginia State Bar Counsel members beginning July 1 after they were elected by the highest voter turnout since the bar switched to electronic balloting. Twelve of them will be entering their first three-year ...

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Dress Codes (access required)


This month another crop of new lawyers entered the legal workforce in Virginia. Hiring has been pretty good, so here’s hoping that law firms and other organizations pull the trigger and let the new lawyers put their new law licenses ...

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Digital marketers should only measure what matters (access required)


By Karl Heberger BridgeTower Media Newswires My first marketing job out of college about 20 years ago involved — what we called at the time — internet advertising. I was drawn to this form of advertising due largely to the ...

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Make storytelling a part of your firm’s culture (access required)


By Lauren Dixon BridgeTower Media Newswires Everyone loves a good story. A good story can connect us. It can foster the imagination and inspire action. It can engage team members, reinforce core values and promote best practices at work. Best ...

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Opioid strike force to go after docs who overprescribe (access required)

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A federal task force devoted to prosecuting medical professionals who overprescribe opioids in Appalachia has begun operating in the Western District of Virginia. The Appalachian Regional Prescription Opioid strike force began work late last year and has since charged 53 ...

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