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ABRAMS LANDAU team competes & raises money for Childrens Hospital

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ABRAMS LANDAU multistate injury lawyer and multisport athlete Doug Landau assembled a team to compete in the 16th Annual Van Metre 5 Mile Run For Children’s Hospital at Broadlands Marketplace in Loudoun County, VA.(LEFT TO RIGHT) Dr. Allen Delaney, M.D., Doug Steele, TriathlonTrialLawyer Landau, Rob Colburn and Dr. Keith Saylor of NeuroScience, Inc. in Herndon

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RACES – PAST EVENTS, RESULTS, RANKINGS, etc.

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2/16 Alexandria, VA George Washington Birthday Classic 10km., took place on the flat Eisenhower Avenue course by the United States Courthouse where TheAthletesLawyer recently tried a catastrophic brain injury and paralysis case before the same Judge who heard the Mousaui Terrorist case. Benefitting the Alexandria Police Youth Camp, Landau did his warm up INSIDE the

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Everybody's wearing a bit o'green !

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This time of year TriathlonTrialLawyer Doug Landau tries to wear green and sign pleadings in green. This year, Dr. Keith Saylor of NeuroScience, Inc. in Herndon, was the very picture of sartorial splendor biking during the always festive St. Patrick’s week celebrations. Of course, bike gear from the College of William & Mary just happens

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"The Peoples Law School" Radio Show to Feature "The Athletes Lawyer" Monday, March 17, 2008 at 9:00 AM

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Fredericksburg Virginia Radio station WFVA (1230 AM) will feature Herndon Injury Lawyer Doug Landau of ABRAMS LANDAU, Ltd. on its morning “Peoples Law School” program Monday, March 17th at 9:00 AM. The affable Triathlon Trial Lawyer will answer questions from callers as well as from the host, fellow Virginia Trial Lawyer John Harris. So, if

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Leap Year Race in Washington, D.C.

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The quaddrennial “Tidal Basin Leap Year Run” took place Friday, February 29th, 2008, with two dozen hardy souls making the 3km. circuit around the Tidal Basin, Jefferson and FDR Memorials. It was cold, but at least it was also windy ! The sun was out, but there is little protection from gusts around the Potomac

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"Awakening" at Hains Point no longer

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The sculpture “The Awakening,” a fixture on the end of Hains Point in Washington, D.C. is there no longer. This artwork, now featured in running ads, was of a giant’s head, legs and arms emerging from the ground. Triathlon Trial Lawyer Doug Landau rememberes when the Potomac RIver flooded, the giant looked like he was

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Manassas School's Parent Teacher Organization to benefit from Shamrock Run; TriathlonTrialLawyer Doug Landau to use race as a "brick workout"

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On Saturday, March 8th, Triathlon Trial Lawyer Doug Landau will again participate in the 9th Annual Shamrock 5k Run & 1 mile fun run/walk. This year, In the past, he has taken part in the early morning Masters Swim practices at the George Mason University Freedom Fitness facility nearby, and made his own “aquathlon” with

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