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Fairfax Corner Run Your Heart Out 5K

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Fairfax Corner is an excellent venue for weekend morning races, rides and other events. Before shoppers arrive, the central plaza in front of the movie theater and around the corner from the Potomac River Running store makes packet pick-up easy and convenient to plenty of parking. The Potomac River Running shop also has any last

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Footworks of Miami Supports South Florida Running

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There are some running shoe stores that are iconic and deserve a visit when visiting their town or city. Ragged Mountain Sports in Charlottesville comes to mind, as does Bill Rodgers Running Center in Boston. The store in Miami is Footworks. When Doug Landau went to the University of Miami School of Law, he trained with

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Landau Observations: Buckets on Bikes?!

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Emerging from a difficult interval class at the Green Lizard, attorney Doug Landau spied a trio of evening cyclists on the W&OD Trail in downtown Herndon, Virginia. Instead of the usual soft cloth saddle bags, this group had hard plastic buckets strapped to their touring bicycles! While not the most aerodynamic design, these devices keep

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Running from a Bear – Not on Landau’s Training Plan!

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A recent e-mail and photo from a neighbor in Connecticut that he had visited with during the New Years holiday reminded attorney Doug Landau that run-ins with bears, even friendly looking ones, can be dangerous. Especially if there are cubs and a mother bear, the protective instinct can lead to unfortunate interactions with nature. While

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Celebrating Abrams Landau Staff Member Dianna Meredith!

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If you’ve ever been a workers compensation or Social Security Disability client of ours at Abrams Landau, you’ve had the pleasure of working with our senior legal assistant Dianna Meredith. After working with our attorney Doug Landau for over 20 years, we are sad to see Dianna go as she begins her retirement. However, we

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