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Lawyer is disqualified in complex divorce case (access required)


A Reston lawyer has been sidelined from representing a husband in a contentious and complicated Loudoun County divorce action because of his prior representation of a former friend of the husband. The husband accused the former friend of having an ...

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Bond security business must pay $5.7M (access required)

Refereeing a strained business relationship poisoned by “historic intransigence” on the part of an immigrant bond security company, a federal judge has levied a $3,331,197.55 award of damages – mostly legal expenses – against the business. The award largely represents ...

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Lawsuit challenges admissions changes at elite public school


FAIRFAX (AP) More than a dozen middle schoolers and their families have filed a lawsuit seeking to block changes in the admissions process at an elite public high school in Northern Virginia that has been ranked as the best in ...

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How to combat ‘Zoom fatigue’ (access required)

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“Our senior leaders want us to have our teams do a six-hour online training program. I know that it’s necessary to cover this material — and doing it all at one time is the way it’s always been done — ...

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