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Why do Lawyers Sue for So Much Money?

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Some lawyers sue for millions of dollars — even in small claims — just to get free publicity or make it sound like they have big cases. Under Virginia law, it may actually be better to put a slightly larger number on the lawsuit papers at the beginning of the case. Herndon Virginia injury lawyer Doug

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We (the People) are the Champions!

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How can we inspire the legal professionals of tomorrow? Virginia trial lawyer Doug Landau was not thinking about that when he responded to a notice just over two years ago from the Fairfax Bar Association (FBA) seeking an Attorney Volunteer to help students at a local middle school prepare for a competition on constitutional law.

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Rachel Carson Middle School in 2015 We the People Competition

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After months of preparation and studying, 8th graders from Rachel Carson Middle School in Herndon, Virginia placed in the top three at the “We the People” national constitutional law and civics competition held this weekend at George Mason University (GMU). Several of the judges commented on the students’ outstanding prepared remarks, as well as their

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