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B2B payments: Transitioning from high touch to high tech

Over the past few months, our workplaces have changed tremendously. Offices that were once full of people are now nearly empty. Work that was once done in person is now being done at home. With so many now working remotely, ...

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Save time and aggravation: top life hacks and gadgets

Have you noticed how it seems like there’s never enough time to get everything done no matter how hard you try? Rest assured, you’re not alone. In today’s hectic world, balance is a goal often sought but rarely achieved. In ...

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How to keep your business nimble and flexible during a pandemic

“An organization’s ability to learn, and translate that learning into action rapidly, is the ultimate competitive advantage.” When the pandemic started, many companies’ first thought was how do they reduce their overhead and sustain some sense of revenue. There was ...

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VSB Disciplinary Actions: Sept. 14 issue (access required)

Effective Sept. 2, the Virginia State Bar Second District, Section II subcommittee issued a public reprimand without terms to John D. Hooker Jr. of Virginia Beach for violating professional rules that govern competence, communication with persons represented by counsel and ...

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020-2-232 – Long v. Hooks

Long v. Hooks, Appeal No. 18-6980, Aug. 24, 2020. 4th Cir. (Thacker), from MDNC at Greensboro (Eagles). Jamie Theodore Lau for Petitioner. Phillip Anthony Rubin for Respondent. VLW 020-2-232. 125 pp. Full-Text Opinion

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Deed of trust interpretation is not federal question (access required)

Where a homeowner alleged the defendants failed to comply with a face-to-face meeting requirement in regulations of the Department of Housing and Urban Development incorporated into her deed of trust, her claim required only an interpretation of the deed of ...

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020-8-072 – Hite v. Mary Immaculate Hospital (access required)

Hite v. Mary Immaculate Hospital, Case No. CL1903813P-11, April 20, 2020; 7th Cir. Ct. (Papile) Avery T. Waterman Jr., Sean P. Byrne for the parties. VLW 020-8-072, 13 pp. Full-Text Opinion

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020-2-201 – Gibbs v. Haynes Investments LLC

Gibbs v. Haynes Investments LLC, Appeal No. 19-1434, July 21, 2020. 4th Cir. (Agee), from EDVA at Richmond (Lauck). David N. Anthony, Timothy St. George, Richard L. Scheff and David F. Herman for Appellants. Kristi C. Kelly, Andrew J. Guzzo, ...

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Inmate raises successful ADA and equal protection claim (access required)

Where an inmate with a medical condition had performed various prison jobs, he successfully alleged facts showing that after he was hospitalized for a short time, prison officials regarded him as disabled and as a consequence, he could not participate ...

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