On May 4, 2020, Jay Spruill is presenting “FinTech Compliance in a Consumer-Centric World” at the rvatech TechX conference on financial technology. The discussion centers around the critical necessity for financial companies to build a strong fintech compliance program from the very first keystroke. Learn more about Jay’s experience.
Woods Rogers was recognized by Chambers and Partners as a leader in Labor & Employment Law (Band 2) and General Commercial Litigation (Band 4) in Virginia. The Labor & Employment Law team is the only team ranked by Chambers in Virginia west of Richmond. In addition, six attorneys were recognized individually for their leadership and… Read more
Eighteen Woods Rogers attorneys have been selected to join the 2020 Virginia Super Lawyers® list. Eleven of the firm’s attorneys have been on the Super Lawyers list for at least ten years (D. Stan Barnhill, Neil V. Birkhoff, Victor O. Cardwell, Francis “Chip” H. Casola, Frank K. Friedman, James W. Jennings, Richard C. Maxwell, J…. Read more
Woods Rogers is pleased to welcome Martha (Mollie) Withrow Elder to the Roanoke office as part of the Medical Malpractice Defense and Health Law teams. Mollie’s practice focuses on the defense of health care providers and providing guidance on reducing exposure to malpractice claims. In addition, she was a member of the adjunct faculty at… Read more
Woods Rogers is pleased to announce Michael Hastings has joined the firm as a Principal in the Business & Corporate practice group. He will focus on Bankruptcy and Restructuring. Michael has more than 25 years of experience representing clients in bankruptcy cases, insolvency and default situations, and commercial litigation. He is AV Peer Review Rated… Read more
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