In an article published on Thursday, May 25 on DarkReading.com, WRVB Cybersecurity & Data Privacy Chair Beth Waller chimed in on the importance of a well-coordinated response to cybersecurity incidents. As the article suggests, failure to disclose incidents appropriately can leave chief information security officers (CISO) in hot water – criminally. Waller is quoted alongside… Read more
Woods Rogers Vandeventer Black (WRVB) has been recognized as the fifth largest law firm in Virginia Lawyers Weekly’s 2023 Largest Law Firms list. In 2022, Roanoke-based Woods Rogers and Norfolk-based Vandeventer Black combined their resources to better serve their clients. With more than 130 attorneys in five offices spanning Virginia, WRVB serves businesses across the… Read more
In an online article published in the Wall Street Journal on May 9, 2023 (May 11, 2023 print edition), WRVB Intellectual Property Practice Group Leader and Principal Nathan Evans offers insight on when entrepreneurs should pursue patent or other IP protection. WSJ reporter Barbara Haislip provides four considerations for assessing whether patent pursuit is a… Read more
37 Woods Rogers Vandeventer Black (WRVB) attorneys have been recognized in the 2023 edition of Virginia Super Lawyers, with 25 named as “Virginia Super Lawyers” and 12 recognized as “Virginia Rising Stars.” Each year, the Super Lawyers research team selects no more than five percent of the lawyers in the state to receive this honor…. Read more
Ross Broudy, a member of the firm’s Cybersecurity & Data Privacy team, is now a Certified Information Privacy Professional with a U.S. designation (CIPP/US). Administered by the International Association of Privacy Professionals, CIPP has been recognized as the global preeminent credential in the business of privacy. To obtain the CIPP credential, an individual must pass… Read more
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