Author Archives: Doug Landau

A Way to Help During COVID-19

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There are ways to help during the COVID-19 pandemic. Before classes were cancelled for the rest of the year, Herndon lawyer Doug Landau was spending a lot of time discussing civic virtues with his bright, hardworking 8th graders at Rachel Carson Middle School. They talked about their community service hours. When Landau asked how many

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Keeping Our Community Safe from COVID-19

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Update 3/17/2020: Dear Clients, UPDATE REGARDING COVID-19 (CORONA VIRUS) For the safety of our clients and our staff, Abrams Landau, Ltd. will be operating remotely until further notice. We believe this is the best decision to promote social distancing, to prevent further spreading of the virus, and for the safety of others. Although our full

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Northern Virginia Gym Member Overheats & Dies

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Going to the gym for your health should not cause physical harm to patrons. Especially this time of year, after people have made New Year’s resolutions, you’ll see the gym is packed with people pushing themselves ”to the limit.“ Health clubs should have in place effective safety measures in case there is an accident, product

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Almost the Last Race of the Year

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While the Tidal Basin runs have been a DC fixture for Capitol area road runners for decades on the 3rd Wednesday of each month, on a gorgeous day 4 races were held Monday afternoon at the Madison Community Center in Arlington, Virginia. The Tidal Basin Run was greeted with 65 degree temperatures and sunshine at

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See “Dougie” (& Doggies) Run

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While in Los Angeles, California for the birth of his first grandchild, Herndon lawyer Doug Landau of course found a local race to run on an early Sunday morning. While the traffic in the LA area is usually the stuff of Halloween nightmares, leaving at “O-dark stupid” meant that the kinetic trial lawyer could avoid

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Pleasants Landing & a Quick Take Off to the West Coast

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On the same site as the “Rumpus in Bumpass Race,” the Pleasants Landing Triathlons were a chance for multisport athletes to get a late season race in bucolic Spotsylvania, Virginia. The Lake Anna venue enabled spectators to watch the whole swim leg, as athletes swam around the transition area peninsula. The day started off chilly

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