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Vandeventer Black LLP Named One Of The 2013 Best Places To Work In Virginia For The Third Year In A Row

NORFOLK, VA. Vandeventer Black LLP is pleased to announce that the Firm has been named one of the 2013 Best Places to Work in Virginia for the third year in a row. The rankings for this annual award will be published in the February 2013 issue of Virginia Business.

Organizations from across the state participate in a two-part survey process to determine the Best Places to Work in Virginia. First, each nominated company is evaluated based on its workplace policies, practices, philosophy, systems and demographics. Then, employees are surveyed to measure their employee experience. The combined scores determine the top organizations and the final rankings. Best Companies Group manages the overall registration, survey and analysis process and determines the final rankings.

The Best Places to Work in Virginia list is made up of a total of 80 companies. This distinguished award identifies, recognizes and honors the best places of employment in Virginia, benefiting the state's economy, its work force and businesses.

Vandeventer Black lawyers have provided legal services to businesses nationally and internationally since 1883. The firm has offices in Norfolk and Richmond, Virginia; Kitty Hawk and Raleigh, North Carolina; Pasadena, California; and Hamburg, Germany.

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