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Norfolk firm focuses donation efforts on education during COVID-19

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A Norfolk law firm is dedicating its charitable efforts to assist local schools during the COVID-19 pandemic. Cassidy Lewis, chief marketing officer of Cooper Hurley Injury Lawyers, said her firm has always been involved in philanthropic work throughout the community. ...

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PPP a financial lifeline, but largest firms reluctant to discuss loans (access required)

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For many of the nearly 5 million American companies that have received low-interest loans through the federal Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), the financing they obtained has been indispensable in keeping employees on their payrolls during a pandemic. Law firms, many ...

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Security clearance concerns amid a recession and pandemic (access required)

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For Americans who make careers out of military service, obtaining approval to handle classified information makes a big difference in terms of advancement and pay. Unfortunately, that coveted security clearance could become another victim of the COVID-19 pandemic. The economic ...

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Zooming witnesses: Best practices for ‘remote’ interviews during pandemic (access required)

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It’s easy to rattle off a list of the disadvantages of conducting an important meeting, interview, deposition or even court hearing using Zoom or other videoconferencing tools. There are technical issues, security concerns, challenges in dealing with documents and exhibits, ...

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