Tag Archives: Doug Landau

Does “Concierge Coaching” Violate the Rules of the Road?

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Concierge coaching, where coaches, instead of supporting clients from the sidelines, join them at the starting line as “pacers for hire,” are being seen at big sporting events like the New York City Marathon, Ironman triathlon qualifiers, and bicycle races like Farm to Fondo. The question becomes whether or not this bespoke training is cheating

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Bike Helmets Should Be Mandatory

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With the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) recommending in November that all 50 states, in addition to the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico, require every single bicycle rider to wear a helmet, the Abrams Landau bike injury law team believe that this should become the uniform law throughout the country. Currently, we have boxes

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Court Updates Regarding COVID-19

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Virginia Workers’ Compensation Commission Closures Update 5/1/2020: From the VWC: “Per the Commission’s April 6, 2020 Order, all evidentiary hearings will be conducted by video until such time as in-person hearings can resume.  On April 21st, the Commission began converting all hearings that were scheduled to be held from May 1 through June 10 to video

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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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