Norfolk, VA (June 29, 2016) - Vandeventer Black LLP is pleased to announce the addition of Jeremy R. Moss to the firm's Business department. Moss will represent clients and work with boards and managing agents to provide strategic guidance in the interpretation, review and development of governing documents and operational issues, and assist with developing and implementing policy.
"We are thrilled and delighted that Jeremy will be joining our firm." said Deborah Casey, Vandeventer Black Partner, "Having worked with him on the Virginia LAC, I have no doubt that his experience, reputation and involvement will allow us to better serve our existing clients and reach out to more community associations throughout the region and Commonwealth."
Before joining Vandeventer Black LLP, Moss practiced at a boutique real estate law firm in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia, representing community associations across the Commonwealth of Virginia. Moss is an active member of the Community Associations Institute, serving as Vice Chair of CAI's Virginia Legislative Action Committee and as a member of the Public Policies Subcommittee of CAI's Government & Public Affairs Committee.
Moss serves as a member of the Virginia Bar Association Real Estate Council, Chair of the Virginia State Bar's Real Estate Committee's Subcommittee on Common Interest Communities and the American Institute of Parliamentarians. He also volunteers on the Alumni Advisory Board for Student Affairs at Virginia Tech.
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