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March Madness – You Can Bet on It, Can’t You?

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Whether your college basketball team is the North Carolina Tarheels or the Kansas State Wildcats, as a dedicated fan your eyes are glued to the TV this month. In order to increase the fun, bets on a certain team are made along among friends, in office pools and even in the Oval Office! Engaging in

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Motor vehicle strikes state college tennis player in Virginia Tech campus crosswalk, part 2

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The Athletes Lawyer Doug Landau presented exhibits to graphically demonstrate the “non-economic” losses in the case, including GPA, cumulative GPA, and tennis ranking. The plaintiff was one of the top tennis players at Tech since it joined the competitive ACC, and counsel was able to show the costs to this out-of-state scholarship athlete caused by

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Motor vehicle strikes state college tennis player in Virginia Tech campus crosswalk, part 1

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We have been fortunate at Abrams Landau to represent some truly remarkable and inspiring individuals. For the Atheletes Lawyer Doug Landau, this was such a case… The plaintiff was a student at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia. She was walking in the pedestrian crosswalk when, without warning, the defendant slammed into her, hurling her through

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