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Considerations for going fully remote

“Like a lot of small businesses, the pandemic forced us to reevaluate our work and our business — to the point where we’re thinking about going entirely remote. When restrictions began to ease, we had no need to bring people ...

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Little things mean a lot: simple rewards in business (access required)

One of the most controversial and debated issues in any business is rewards and recognition. Who gets rewarded? How much? Is it enough? Too much? Are we rewarding the right behaviors? The questions go on and on. Rather than focus ...

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Is ‘sustainable marketing’ the future in a post-pandemic era?

The COVID-19 pandemic has undoubtedly influenced how individuals evaluate products or services that they receive. The influence may vary depending on products, but it is there. Our perspectives about sources and origins of what we purchase and the manner in ...

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Four hurt when car made left turn without yielding — $1.19 million settlement (access required)

The plaintiff was a passenger in a company vehicle on his way to work. As the plaintiff’s vehicle entered an intersection, the defendant traveling in the opposite direction made a left turn without yielding, causing the plaintiff’s vehicle to strike ...

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020-6-061 – Alexandria City Public Schools, et al. v. Handel

Alexandria City Public Schools, et al. v. Handel; Record No. 190957 (Mims) COA Oct. 15, 2020. Michael Scott Bliley, Andrew Maynard Alexander for Alexandria City Public Schools, Julie Harry Heiden, Michael Thomas McWeeny for Handel. VLW 020-6-061, 7 pp. Full-Text ...

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020-3-499 – Niblock v. Davis (access required)

Niblock v. Davis, Case No. 19-cv-01184, Sept. 30, 2020, EDVA at Alexandria (Dillon), VLW 020-3-499, 7 pp. Full-Text Opinion

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Woman files qui tam action against former employer — $263,280 settlement (access required)

Relator Van Nguyen filed this action on Jan. 21, 2019, pursuant to the qui tam provisions of the federal False Claims Act (31 U.S.C. 3729 et seq.) and the Virginia Fraud Against Taxpayers Act (Va. Code 8.01-216.1 et seq.) Those ...

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