The apology post is a time-honored tradition in the world of blogging, but its one tradition I won’t be adopting …
The apology post usually goes something like this:
“Gee, I am sorry to disappoint my readers for taking so long in between posts, but I have been so very busy lately … “
I’ve been blogging about qui tam litigation and the Virginia Fraud Against Taxpayers Act for a little over six years now — I have never done an apology post, and I won’t start now.
I am, however, pleased to announce that I am contributing a chapter on qui tam litigation to the 2014 edition of Employment Law in Virginia, published by Virginia CLE. And I am even more pleased to announce that the chapter is now finished and is in the hands of R.Mark Dare.
There is no question that this two-volume set is a must-read for all Virginia employment lawyers. When I started doing employment law in 2002 the first thing I did was buy a copy; the second thing I did was attend a replay of Eddie Isler’s “35 Things About Employment Law All Virginia Lawyers Should Know.”
So stay tuned folks…While I was busy writing the chapter, things didn’t sit still in the world of qui tam and I have some catching up to do…