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Virginia Beach Bar Association Ethics Presentation, February 2015
Ann K. Crenshaw & The Honorable Edward W. Hanson, Jr. presented, 'Ethics for Virginia Attorneys' to the Virginia Beach Bar Association in February 2015.
By Ann K. Crenshaw

Loan Zone: Indirect Lending
E. Andrew Keeney's article "Loan Zone: Indirect Lending" appeared on CUES.org as their Daily Article for February 4, 2015.
By E. Andrew Keeney and Lender Representation

2015 Premium Tax Credit Quick Reference Chart
2015 Premium Tax Credit Quick Reference Chart
By John M. Peterson

Private Client Services Update - Estate Planning for Digital Assets and Digital Access: Bill Proposes to Adopt the Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act in Virginia
The traditional estate plan does not include a “digital assets” provision, and most people have never thought about inventorying their digital property. In a world where almost every asset has a digital component, now is a good time to consider what happens to an individual’s digital assets at death or incapacity.
By Ellis H. Pretlow, Robert C. Goodman Jr. and Private Client Services

Credit Union Legal Predictions - 2015
Each year, the nationally recognized Kaufman & Canoles Credit Union Team analyzes trends and changes in the credit union industry to forecast potential hurdles for the upcoming year. This year, we compiled 7 predictions which we believe will significantly impact many credit unions in 2015. Our
By E. Andrew Keeney, Dustin H. DeVore, Erin Deal, Hazel C. Wong, Alfred M. Randolph Jr. and Brian O. Dolan

Practice Reminder: Evaluate Carefully Your Client's Situation Before Using Either a Special Warranty or Quitclaim Deed
Brian Dolan was recently featured in the Fall 2014 issue of Virginia State Bar newsletter The Fee Simple.
By Brian O. Dolan

Government Contracts Update - SBA Proposes to Liberalize Subcontracting and Joint Venture Rules on Set-Aside Contracts
At the very end of 2014, the Small Business Administration issued proposed amendments to its existing regulations governing (a) how much of a set-aside contract that a small business may subcontract to other companies and (b) when small businesses may form joint ventures to pursue set-aside work.
By Charles V. McPhillips and Government Contracts & Construction