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Celebrating the Class of 2019 (access required)

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In this week’s Section B, Virginia Lawyers Weekly honors the members of the inaugural class of our new awards program, “Influential Women of Law.” This program recognizes the achievements of some of Virginia’s most accomplished women lawyers and judges. Please ...

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New York judge allows service of process via WhatsApp (access required)

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By Nicole Black BridgeTower Media Newswires If you’re a trial attorney, then you’re likely well aware of the impact of social media on all aspects of litigation. The repercussions of the online activities of litigants, witnesses, jurors and others can ...

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Creating unique value propositions (access required)

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By Susan Letterman White BridgeTower Media Newswires What’s a value proposition? It’s what you are offering to provide in exchange for your fee. Your value proposition is your service, product or the experience of working with you. It’s not about ...

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Allegations get personal in law firm split (access required)

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What started as a fight over clients in the wake of a historic mass tort verdict has led to charges of unprofessional and malicious conduct against the lawyer who acted as a spokesperson for the victorious legal team. That lawyer ...

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Presenting Virginia’s largest settlements of 2018 (access required)

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In this issue, Virginia Lawyers Weekly presents the survey of “Million-Dollar Settlements of 2018.” This annual compilation recaps big settlements from across the commonwealth for the previous year. The largest settlement, for $21.7 million, involved the Virginia Birth Injury Fund. ...

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Lawsuit claims law firm used information from illegal spying (access required)

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Divorce lawyers accused of using dirt uncovered by illegal recordings and computer snooping have no blanket protection against a lawsuit based on state and federal wiretap laws, a federal judge has ruled. Allegations in the case mirror recent warnings that ...

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