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2-Minute Drill

February 23, 2011 on 8:46 am | In Weekly Tweets | No Comments

Interesting legal issues of the day

Our recent Twitter posts

Interesting eminent domain case at ODU. Judge applies former law to permit taking for ODU village. Appeal likelyhttp://ow.ly/40W9P

New blog post: HOAs and Swimming Pools–Do you need to be ADA Compliant?http://blog.tarleyrobinson.com/?p=751

Good news from the Virginia SCC – some online filing now possible.http://bit.ly/SCConlinefiling

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2-Minute Drill – Today’s Legal News

February 21, 2011 on 8:58 pm | In Weekly Tweets | No Comments

Interesting legal issues of the day

From our Twitter feed:

Sigh. . . HOA can’t get volunteers to run for board so former prez puts his dog on ballot. Dog wins.http://wapo.st/hoaprezisdog

If you serve on your HOA board, make sure that you and your manager review the board’s D&O Insurance Coveragehttp://ow.ly/40dH7

Some basic information to consider when starting your business.http://ow.ly/40dE6

Virginia Indian Tribes try once again to get federal recognition.http://bit.ly/VirginiaTribes

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2-Minute Drill Weekly Tweets for 2011-02-18

February 18, 2011 on 8:55 pm | In Weekly Tweets | No Comments
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2-Minute Drill Weekly Digest for 2011-02-13

February 13, 2011 on 3:55 pm | In Weekly Tweets | No Comments

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2-Minute Drill Daily Digest for 2011-02-13

February 13, 2011 on 3:55 pm | In Weekly Tweets | No Comments

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2-Minute Drill Daily Digest for 2011-02-12

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2-Minute Drill Daily Digest for 2011-02-11

February 11, 2011 on 11:59 am | In Weekly Tweets | No Comments

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2 Minute Drill Daily for 2011-02-10

February 10, 2011 on 3:55 pm | In General Interest, Weekly Tweets | No Comments

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2 Minute Drill for 2011-02-09

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Tarley Robinson February 2011 Newsletter

February 9, 2011 on 12:57 pm | In Common Interest Community, HOA, HOA litigation, John Tarley, Merger & Acquisition, Neal J. Robinson, Susan B. Tarley, Unit Owners Association, Weekly Tweets | No Comments

February Tarley Robinson Newsletter

Topics include a discussion of email scams. Also, we’re sure that you have already made your diet or exercise New Year’s Resolutions. Hopefully you are still on track! For your homeowners association, here’s a simple, but effective and invaluable list of suggested New Year’s Resolutions.

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