NORFOLK, VA. Vandeventer Black LLP is pleased to announce that 21 attorneys from the Firm have been selected by their peers as Virginia’s “Legal Elite” for 2013.
Since 2000, in cooperation with the Virginia Bar Association, Virginia Business magazine has asked lawyers throughout the Commonwealth to nominate the most outstanding representatives of their profession in 16 practice categories.
Lawyers from the Vandeventer Black offices include: Christopher Ambrosio – Real Estate/ Land Use; Anne Bibeau – Labor/Employment; Mark Brennan – Health Law; Deborah Casey – Real Estate/Land Use; James Cosby – Civil Litigation; William Franczek – Alternative Dispute Resolution; Patrick Herman – Taxes/Estates/Trusts/Elder Law; Trey Kelleter – Criminal Law; Arlene Klinedinst – Labor/Employment; David Lannetti – Bankruptcy/Creditors’ Rights; John Lockard – Construction; Neil Lowenstein – Construction; Bryant McGann – Business Law; Robert O’Donnell – Criminal Law; Gretchen Ostroff – Construction/Young Lawyer (under 40); Edward Powers – Appellate Law; Adam Rafal – Labor/Employment; John Ryan – Business Law; Michael Sterling – Alternative Dispute Resolution; Jane Tucker – Intellectual Property; Daniel Weckstein – Legislative/Regulatory/Administrative.
Vandeventer Black’s 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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