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Sealing Documents: Revisions to Local Civil Rule 5 in the Eastern District
Kristan Burch authored an article that appeared in the Virginia State Bar's March 2016 issue of Litigation News.
By Kristan B. Burch and Litigation

Focus on Fair Lending… Tips to Avoid the Traps
Andy Keeney presented  'Focus on Fair Lending... Tips to Avoid the Traps' on March 24, 2016 at an MD|DC Credit Union Association training event.
By E. Andrew Keeney

Employment Law Update - Spring 2016
The New Year has brought with it a rash of letters to local companies from class action counsel, threatening to take legal action on behalf of un-named and un-specified “disabled individuals throughout the United States who use the Internet.” 
By John M. Bredehoft and Labor & Employment

Cybersecurity Client Alert - March 2016
One of the easiest ways for a criminal to obtain personal data is to have you send it directly to them, and criminals are obtaining thousands of Social Security Numbers from well-meaning employees. They use that information to file fraudulent tax returns. Here’s how the scam works...
By Nicole J. Harrell and Cybersecurity Response Team

Employment Law Update - Winter 2016
The Norfolk and Richmond Offices of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) were two of eleven EEOC offices to utilize a pilot program of its new Digital Charge System beginning in May of 2015. 
By Labor & Employment

Cybersecurity & Business Tax Client Alert - February 26, 2016
It has become standard for a company that is a victim of a data breach to offer free credit monitoring for a one to three year period to its employees whose information may have been compromised.
By Business Taxation and Cybersecurity Response Team

6 Credit Union Industry Predictions for 2016
Once again, the Kaufman & Canoles Credit Union Team has predictions for trends and changes in the credit union industry for the upcoming year.
By E. Andrew Keeney and Dustin H. DeVore