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The One Fingered Salute: It’s Rude, But It’s Not Probable Cause To Arrest

Officer Matthew Minard of the Taylor, Michigan Police Department pulled over Debra Cruise-Gulyas for speeding.  He cut her a break and cited her only for a non-moving violation. A lot of people would’ve been grateful, but those people are not Ms. Cruise-Gulyas. What happened in the next few moments is a short course on First

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Webinar: American Planning Association Virginia Chapter

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Department of Labor Issues Long-Expected Proposed Rule on Overtime Exemption

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Important Trademark License Case Heard By Supreme Court

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Virginia General Assembly Passes Emergency Legislation Addressing Game Place, LLC v. Fredericksburg 35, LLC.

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NIST Guidance for Reducing Mobile Device Cybersecurity Risks

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Firm President Margaret Hardy featured on cover of Virginia Lawyer

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What is Thrombocypenia?

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Supreme Court of Illinois Expands Grounds for Standing in Privacy Suits

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Tax Reform: Section 199A Qualified Business Income Deduction – Safe Harbor for Rental Real Estate Businesses

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Massachusetts to Require Credit Monitoring for Certain Data Breaches

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New Cybersecurity Threat Identification and Prevention Guidance from HHS

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2019 Virginia Employment Law Pocket Guide

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