Pietro Sanitate is an Associate in the Woods Rogers Richmond office and part of the Litigation practice team. Throughout his practice, Pietro has worked on a variety of insurance defense matters including coverage, liability, and workers’ compensation. He has experience… Read more
Jacob Pierce practices in Woods Rogers’ Medical Malpractice Defense and Litigation Groups in the Richmond office. Jacob works with individual healthcare providers in a range of medical specialties, including ER providers, OB/GYNs, orthopedic surgeons, gastroenterologists, nurses, and physician’s assistants. He… Read more
Kevin Adler is a Cybersecurity & Data Privacy attorney who helps businesses, local governments, and individuals understand and navigate the legal issues posed by new technologies and cyber threats. Kevin is a Certified Information Privacy Professional/United States (CIPP/US) through the… Read more
The Colorado Privacy Act: Understanding Your Newest Compliance Challenge
New Notification Requirements for Critical Infrastructure
Elaine McCafferty is a member of the Appellate and Litigation practice groups. Her practice focuses on appellate advocacy, and she has litigated appeals in state and federal courts involving products liability, malpractice, labor and employment, and property rights. She also… Read more
Questions About Tort and Contract Claims in the Cybersecurity Context Left Unsettled
A New Day for Data Privacy: California Privacy Act Exemptions Will Expire
Raymond Escobar is an attorney in the Medical Malpractice Defense, Litigation, and Health Law practice groups. He practices out of the Woods Rogers Roanoke office. Raymond’s litigation practice focuses on medical malpractice defense and insurance defense. He counsels his clients… Read more
Nick Mirra is a Business and Corporate attorney in Woods Rogers’ Roanoke office. He is also a member of the Mergers & Acquisitions, Real Estate, Health Law, and Litigation practice groups. Businesses are often faced with making difficult decisions and have… Read more
Cybersecurity in 2019: A Look Ahead
Assess – Improve – Prevent
The Intersection Between Cybersecurity and Privacy: New NIST Guidance
Charlie Dickenson practices in the firm’s Litigation and energy regulatory practice groups. Charlie has extensive experience representing institutional clients and individuals in civil disputes arising in federal and state courts involving general commercial law, intellectual property, construction, and insurance coverage… Read more
Sue serves as outside general counsel to Virginia businesses on matters relating to corporate transactions, organization and governance, and acquisitions and sales. Her practice also focuses heavily on representing and advising business owners and their fiduciaries in developing company restructuring,… Read more
Bring it On! Cheerleading Uniform Company Knocks the Knock-Off…and Wins!
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