Woods Rogers’ attorney, Richard C. Maxwell, was inducted into the Virginia Law Foundation’s Class of Fellows 2020. The annual induction ceremony is held during the Virginia Bar Association’s Winter Meeting that took place on January 23-25. Woods Rogers’ President Dan Summerlin said, “We congratulate Rich on this well-deserved honor. His nomination letters came from other… Read more
Partner Anne Graham Bibeau, a Vandeventer Black AV Preeminent® rated attorney, was selected as “Influential Women of Law,” Class of 2020. This recognition is awarded by Virginia Lawyers Weekly in collaboration with statewide bar groups to recognize women within the legal field for their work and dedication to the profession and their communities. “I am humbled to… Read more
Lynchburg Business magazine recently released its Top Lawyers of Greater Lynchburg list for 2020. Among the named were ten attorneys from the Woods Rogers office in Lynchburg (not pictured: Darryl Whitesell): Patrick Bolling earned a featured profile when he tied for first place in the Real Estate category. Attorneys chosen as “Top Lawyers” were… Read more
Vandeventer Black LLP attorney James B. Rixey, III, has been promoted to partner. Jay has been an associate in the Norfolk office of Vandeventer Black LLP since 2011 and has developed his practice in commercial real estate and business law. “We are proud of Jay’s dedication and hard work, which has led him to this… Read more
Attorneys Fourd Kemper and Nathan Evans are now Principals of the firm in the Roanoke and Charlottesville offices. Fourd Kemper, who works out of the Roanoke office, focuses on mergers and acquisitions, venture and seed capital financing, securities, licensing and other intellectual property matters, and the representation of high-tech entrepreneurs. He is also practice leader… Read more
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