Supporting the Noble Work of Northern Virginia Family Services

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In order to support the work of the Northern Virginia Family Services (NVFS), Melissa and Doug Landau participated in their annual charity fundraiser this past weekend. The fundraiser helped provide funds for families who need housing assistance, educational support, job training, English language skills and medical care in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. This year’s

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Local Middle School Makes Final Four at National We the People Civics and Constitution Competition

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Law professors, judges, government representatives, lawyers and educators interrogated local middle school students from Rachel Carson Middle School this past weekend for the final We the People Civics and Constitutional law national championships. The judges asked a range of challenging questions to these precocious middle school students. They asked about building a wall on the

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Support Herndon Mayor Merkel’s 2018 Re-Election Campaign

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Attorney Doug Landau knows that all politics is…local! He makes it a point to be involved in the community, which involves participating and supporting local government. Landau, Delegate Jennifer Boysko, Delegate Danica Roem and many others joined together at Jimmy’s Old Tavern at Downtown Herndon to kick off Mayor Lisa Merkel’s 2018 re-election campaign. Both Boysko and

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Can I Sue My Employer If I Am Hurt on the Job?

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The corollary question Workers Comp lawyer Doug Landau is often asked is, “Am I restricted to the limited benefits of Workers Compensation?” If the employer has in place a policy of Workers Compensation Insurance, then under Virginia law you probably cannot sue them for all of your losses. You are likely restricted to the limited

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