Tag Archives: Office

Winter Break Pro Bono: Charlottesville-Albemarle Public Defender’s Office

As fellows in the Program in Law and Public Service, we—Corey Parker and Ray Gans—know that we want to devote our careers to public service. We have also been eager, as 1Ls, to dive in and gain experience in public … Continue reading

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Copyright Office Won’t Register ‘Middle-Finger Pictogram’ As Literary Work–Ashton v. Copyright Office

Ashton created a coffee mug displaying the words “People Pleaser in Recovery” on the outside, the word “Refill” on the inside bottom, and a single-fingered salute on the outside bottom: Ashton applied for copyright registrations for 2D artwork and a … Continue reading

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Moving On Up: Tips for Choosing a Stellar Office Location

It’s no secret most people don’t like moving and an office move is no different. The packing and unpacking, negotiating leases and searching for the perfect spot is never fun. But, leases expire and firms outgrow their space so sometimes … Continue reading

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World Bank Office of Suspension and Debarment Publishes New Report

On March 6, 2018, the World Bank Office of Suspension and Debarment (OSD)  announced that it has recently published its 10-Year Update on Case Data & Metrics in a new report,  Called the Suspension and Debarment: 10-Year Update on Case Data & … Continue reading

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5 Ways To Avoid Legal Heartache From Office Romance, Law360, ft. Ivan Smith

Ivan D. Smith, Partner at Kaufman Dolowich & Voluck LLP in New York City, was quoted in an article written by Vin Gurrieri for Law360. Even though Valentine’s Day is in the rearview mirror, a recent Ninth Circuit ruling that … Continue reading

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