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Virginia Law Firm Plans to Accept Bitcoin for Payment

Virginia Law Firm Plans to Accept Bitcoin for Payment Summary: A Virginia law firm hopes to practice law ahead of the curve by accepting Bitcoin, a virtual currency, from its clients. According to Roanoke.com, a Virginia firm may be the first in its area to accept the virtual currency called…>read more

1 Comment February 16, 2015

OUR Walmart Organizes Strikes in Multiple States for Black Friday

OUR Walmart Organizes Strikes in Multiple States for Black Friday Summary: Employees at Walmarts in at least five states filed notice to their managers that they would be going on strike on Black Friday.  For the third straight year, Walmart employees in six states formally submitted strike notices to management prior…>read more

No Comment November 28, 2014

Marshall Wythe School of Law Receives $250,000 Grant from DOJ

Marshall Wythe School of Law Receives $250,000 Grant from DOJ Summary: The Marshall Wythe School of Law at the College of William and Mary has been awarded a $250,000 grant from the Department of Justice.  The Marshall Wythe School of Law has received a $250,000 grant for its Domestic Violence Clinic from…>read more

No Comment November 27, 2014

Federal Recognition of Gay Marriage Expanding to Six More States

Federal Recognition of Gay Marriage Expanding to Six More States Summary: The federal government announced Monday that it has added six more states to its list of states that federally recognizes gay marriage. Six states have been added to the list of those whose same-sex marriages are recognized by the government…>read more

No Comment October 27, 2014

IP Litigation Attorney Brad Newberg Joins McGuireWoods

IP Litigation Attorney Brad Newberg Joins McGuireWoods   Summary: IP litigation attorney Brad R. Newberg joins McGuireWoods’ Intellectual Property Litigation and Patents Department today as a partner in Tysons Corner, Virginia, as the firm continues to boost its firepower in litigating copyright, trademark and digital rights disputes…>read more

No Comment October 14, 2014

Former Governor and First Lady Found Guilty of Corruption

Former Governor and First Lady Found Guilty of Corruption Summary: Former Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell and his wife Maureen were found guilty on Thursday of numerous corruption charges. They now face up to twenty years in prison. On Thursday, Former Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell and his wife, Maureen, were…>read more

No Comment September 5, 2014

Corruption Trial Continues with Defense of Former First Lady Maureen McDonnell

Corruption Trial Continues with Defense of Former First Lady Maureen McDonnell Summary: Maureen McDonnell, former first lady of Virginia, testified today in the trial that accuses her and her husband, former governor Bob McDonnell, of receiving more than $177,000 in exchange for supporting a pharmaceutical company. Dailyprogress.com reports that the corruption…>read more

No Comment August 27, 2014

Barring Intervention from U.S. Supreme Court, Gay Marriage to Begin Next Week in Virginia

Barring Intervention from U.S. Supreme Court, Gay Marriage to Begin Next Week in Virginia Summary: Should the United States Supreme Court not intervene in Virginia’s battle against same-sex marriage, couples could begin to tie the knot as early as next week.  If the United States Supreme Court does not intervene, same-sex marriages in the state…>read more

1 Comment August 14, 2014

Former Virginia Governor’s Corruption Trial Resumes

Former Virginia Governor’s Corruption Trial Resumes In the corruption trial of former Virginia Governor Robert McDonnell and his wife, Maureen, the prosecution resumed its case on Thursday, according to Reuters. The former chief of staff for Maureen McDonnell, Mary Shea Sutherland, testified this week that the…>read more

No Comment August 8, 2014

Manassas Police Stand Down from Explicit Photo Request

Manassas Police Stand Down from Explicit Photo Request On Thursday, police in Virginia decided to back off their efforts of taking a sexually explicit photo of a 17-year-old to prove a sexting case against him, according to The Associated Press. After media reports, police and prosecutors faced a…>read more

No Comment July 11, 2014

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