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Fourth Circuit Finds that Class of Data Breach Plaintiffs Have Standing

In Hutton v. Nat’l Bd. of Exam’rs in Optometry, Inc., published on June 12, 2018, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit decided that a class of plaintiffs alleging damages related to a data breach had standing to assert their claim.  While this decision does not challenge the legal test for standing developed

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End of Physical Presence Rule: Internet Sales Now Subject to Collection of Sales Tax

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Supreme Court Leaves Big Partisan Gerrymandering Questions Undecided: Some Clues About What Happens Next

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Workplace Harassment Prevention Trainings & Seminars

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Webinar: Rentals in Your HOA or Condo Getting You Down? What HOA Boards Need to Know About Regulating Rentals

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Job Opportunity: Law Student Healthcare Content Writer

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Summer Interns, don’t get burned! What employers need to know about unpaid internships

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Conversations with Sands Anderson: New Tax Law Changes

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Terrence Graves Installed as 134th President of Richmond Bar Association

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Local Governments and Community Associations: Who Enforces Your Regulations?

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Discriminating on the Basis of Religious Belief: Limited Lessons for Governments and Businesses from Masterpiece Cakeshop

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Attention Virginia Community Associations: DPOR CIC Board to Adopt New Notices for Condo Resale Certificates and POA Disclosure Packages

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Highlights from Richmond Bizsense’s Future of RVA Office Space Event

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