Tag Archives: Virginia Trial Lawyer

Lawyer Doug Landau Helps Local Middle School Constitutional Scholars Prepare for and Win State Championship

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Just before Thanksgiving last year, Herndon trial lawyer Doug Landau happened upon a notice from the Fairfax Bar Association (FBA) seeking Attorney Volunteers: Rachel Carson Middle School, located at 13618 McLearen Road in Herndon, has asked the Law Related Education Committee to provide attorney volunteers for their “We the People” Program. Students are preparing for

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Remote Texter Can Be Held Liable for Car Crash

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We all know the dangers of texting and driving.  And we know that drivers who text while they are driving can be held liable for any accident caused by their distracted driving. But what about a person — someone not even in the car — who sends a text to someone who is driving?  Can

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For-Profit College to Pay $13 Million in Lawsuit

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What protections exist for consumers who enroll in a for-profit degree school?  According to a jury in a recent case — the law is on their side! A Missouri woman who thought she was enrolling in the medical assistant’s (MA) program at Vatterott College — a for-profit school  — sued the school when she discovered

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Accessing Abrams Landau Office in Historic Herndon

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What is going on outside the Abrams Landau office?  Road construction! Please accept our apologies in advance, as on-street parking may be difficult while crews work on improving our roads.  Parking should be plentiful at the nearby municipal lot. Please call ahead if you have special needs so that we may assist you getting to

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