Monthly Archives: November 2012

The Glamorous Life of a Trial Attorney

I’ve practiced law for 18 years now.  I’ve argued cases in state and Federal courts all over the United States.  It’s exciting to travel to different courthouses and argue before judges (and occasionally juries) around this great nation. Today, I flew out … Continue reading

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Transportation Bills Take Shape for ’13

Thanksgiving is not just about turkey and back yard football.  It’s also a chance to select legislative priorities and review potential bills. The #1 unfinished business item for the McDonnell administration is transportation.  The administration has shown the ability to … Continue reading

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Oakton Tops ‘Dogs for Regional Title

It was a cold, blustery day on the frozen tundra of western Fairfax, where the  Westfield Bulldogs faced the Oakton Cougars in the Division VI regional footbal championship. Westfield, undefeated and the top-ranked team in Virginia, was the heavy favorite today.  … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving, 2012

Happy Thanksgiving everyone. It was 31 degrees at 7:30 a.m., when I arrived in Centreville for the annual Virginia Run 5K Turkey Trot.  Proceeds benefit “Life with Cancer.”  Almost 6,000 runners in the corral to do a quick “up and … Continue reading

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A Brief Burst of Freedom on the HOT Lanes

The end of the year is the most hectic time in my law practice, as we scramble to get cases tried (or settled) before December 31.  As my practice spans both Virginia and Maryland, that typically means a lot of … Continue reading

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