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Right To Work

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Virginia used to be one of only a handful of “right to work” states — states in which employees can choose whether or not to join and financially support unions.  This status contributed to the Commonwealth’s “pro-business” reputation. Virginia’s pro-business laws, minimal union presence and low cost to do business have resulted in the Commonwealth’s being

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Can an Author Who Lies Be Held Responsible?

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Remember the September 2005 Oprah Book Club selection, A Million Little Pieces?  Who could forget the controversy surrounding this wildly popular memoir about the life of author James Frey?  After the book became a sensation, it was revealed that Frey had exaggerated some truths when writing this supposed factual memoir. A couple of years later,

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Choosing a Bank that Helps Those in Need

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If you could select your bank based on its commitment to helping those in need, would you do it? For ABRAMS LANDAU, Ltd. the answer is YES! Interest on Lawyers Trust Accounts (IOLTA for short) is a program where lawyers holding client funds, which are either too small or too short-term for an individual interest-bearing

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Driver Checkpoints in Town of Herndon, Virginia

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The Herndon Patch reports that the Town of Herndon Police Department will be conducting drivers’ checkpoints on weekends during this busy holiday season.  What are they looking for?  Drunk Drivers. The Herndon law firm ABRAMS LANDAU has tried cases against impaired drivers.  Injury lawyer Doug Landau prosecuted drunk and stoned drivers as part of his

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Oops! I Crashed my Boyfriend’s Car

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If you’re driving your boyfriend’s car, and you get into a car crash, whose insurance covers it? What happens now? Do you guys break up? The answer depends on your coverage, the situation and state laws. Usually, your boyfriend’s insurance would cover the damages because he is the owner of the car. But, if the

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