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Law Firm Management

CLEVELAND — With insurers taking an increasingly hard line on attorney fees over the past decade, those working in the insurance defense field must evaluate whether their practice must be changed to remain profitable and explore possible alternatives, explained a ...

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Law Office Management

Lawyers are often stunned when a valued employee unexpectedly resigns. In many cases, the departing staff member sent prior warning signals but the responsible lawyers failed to investigate or, worse, did not take the warnings seriously. The risks of such ...

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Letter To The Editor

Lawyer Takes A “Closer Look” At John Marshall Dear Editor: Your Jan. 29 column on “The Life and Legacy of Chief Justice John Marshall” provided a welcome break from the 21st century. While few would dispute that his tenure as ...

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VSB honors lawyers at annual meeting

Charlottesville attorney Mary Bauer receives Legal Aid Award VIRGINIA BEACH – Charlottesville attorney Mary Catherine Bauer, legal director of the Virginia Justice Center for Farm and Immigrant Workers, received the 2001 Virginia Legal Aid Award June 15 at the legal ...

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Lawyers In The News – 6/25/2001

Owen B. Pickett, former congressman from Virginia’s 2nd Congressional District, has become of counsel to the firm of Troutman, Sanders, Mays & Valentine LLP. His law practice will focus on federal and state government issues, including contracting, legislative and administrative ...

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A Father, A Lawyer, A Builder

Walking with Michael A. Glasser through downtown Norfolk is an extrovert’s dream. In a two-block trek to lunch from his firm’s new home on East Main Street, Michael and his brother and law partner, Richard, pause to acknowledge almost everyone ...

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