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2-Minute Drill Weekly Tweets for 2011-06-17

  • LandAmerica settlements now add up to total restitution of 66.5 cents on the dollar for investors. Better than expected http://htl.li/5k1mA #
  • Here’s a rarity: Candidates for York Comm. Attorney debate. Incumbent under bar investigation for 2nd time. http://htl.li/5k154 #
  • Wanna be a judge in Virginia? Fill out the questionnaire found on the Governor’s website. http://htl.li/5k1hz #
  • New TR Blog Post: Can an advisor be held liable for the false statements in a prospectus made by another? http://htl.li/5hHQJ #
  • Class-action suit filed over HOA debt-collection practices. Hopefully it stays in Vegas tiny.cc/wbjy6 RT @AmberPrprtyMgmt #
  • At the Va. State Bar Council meetings this morning. A very light agenda and a sunny day http://bit.ly/k9zdQj #timetoadjourn #
  • Houston jury finds for Va. based insurance company in $22 million HOA dispute: insurance did not cover damages claimed http://htl.li/5idm1 #
  • Looks like the Marquis Shopping Center DOES have a buyer. Surely York County is hoping for some payment on bonds. http://bit.ly/kbwAal #
  • Great advice: Does your community HOA Budget tell a story? It should… http://bit.ly/ccw0YC RT @hoasoftware via @jmhowell84 #
  • RT @jmhowell84: Blind student alleges LSAT Games section violates Americans With Disabilities Act. Thoughts? #
  • RT @jmhowell84: Blind student alleges LSAT Games section violates Americans With Disabilities Act. Thoughts? http://n.pr/lViwZX #
  • Troubling news: US Housing Crisis Is Now Worse Than Great Depression. http://t.co/dsmu0OQ #
  • Blog Post: Protect your attorney-client privilege: 3 tips for safe emailing with your attorney http://t.co/65UOHO1 #
  • George Mason University School of Law opens Supreme Court clinic. http://t.co/eNnpcyd #
  • Florida company that provided corrosive (Chinese) drywall agrees to $55 million settlement http://htl.li/5idP5 #
  • Virginia State judiciary: Disgrace-RTD editorial. Appears to fall on deaf ears. York County now 3 yrs w/o sitting judge http://t.co/DrG0WTA #@fooddude4life #
  • New TR Blog Post: Can an advisor be held liable for the false statements in a prospectus made by another? http://htl.li/5hHQJ #
  • How did the U.S. Supreme Court answer this question: Can an advisor be held liable for the false statements in a… http://bit.ly/jCIpn0 #
  • How did the U.S. Sup. Ct. answer-Can an advisor be held liable for the false statements in a prospectus made by another? http://htl.li/5hknR #
  • On 6/9/11 Va. Supreme Court refused this appeal of a sanctions award. Va. HOA board member sued his association. http://j.mp/lkWz7W #HOA #
  • TR Tweet Archive-7/14/11-Ed Chambers withdrew from consideration for York judge hoping to break logjam. Nothin’s changed http://t.co/RM7mMAy #
  • Divorce Discourse – How Long it Takes for Your Online Legal Marketing Efforts to Pay Off http://ow.ly/1tLKzl #
  • Battle of Big Bethel – argued as the first land battle of the Civil War – 6/10/1861 http://htl.li/5gfG8 #
  • A $1.2 million fish story in NC full of intrigue, allegations of deception, polygraphs, and court appeals. http://htl.li/5fpu7 #
  • Mediation and Arbitration: There is a big difference http://htl.li/5gfPQ #
  • Homeland Security Act grants Dept of Ed full police powers. So they raid home like SWAT team looking for college records http://htl.li/5gmuG #
  • Chinese Drywall lawsuits in the Tidewater area. No relief for homeowners in sight. http://htl.li/5gfHN #
  • Under Siege 3: Gated Community Wars – Scottsdale HOA takes on Steven Seagal http://t.co/4ggeHYL #
  • RT @vahoalaw Virginia Supreme Court still shorthanded http://t.co/9UxraSz via @washingtonpost GA says “NO” to compromise “yes” to vacancies #
  • Former Democratic legislator Alan Diamonstein sets up legal defense fund for former Republican legislator Hamilton. http://htl.li/5gfK8 #
  • Contentious Hampton cell tower is deferred by City Council on request from AT&T. http://htl.li/5fps2 #
  • Williamsburg City Council keeps Quarterpath Road open to traffic. I’m mentioned speaking as a citizen not advocate. http://htl.li/5fpzb #

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