Timothy J. Bechen

Tim Bechen is a registered patent attorney in Woods Rogers’ Richmond office who focuses on electrical, software, mechanical, biomedical, videogame, puppeteering, and business method patents in a wide variety of business arenas. Tim joined Woods Rogers after spending many years… Read more

C. Walker Terry

Walker Terry is a member of the firm’s Litigation and Medical Malpractice Defense practice groups and works out of the Richmond office. His practice focuses on defending health care providers in investigations, pre-litigation proceedings, and litigation matters. Over the course… Read more

Brooke C. Rosen

Brooke Rosen is a Family & Domestic Law attorney. She joined Woods Rogers in March 2021 and practices out of the Roanoke office. Brooke’s family law services include divorces, custody, division of marital property, spousal support, including post-divorce modifications, and… Read more

Martha (Mollie) Withrow Elder

Martha “Mollie” Elder is a member of the Woods Rogers Medical Malpractice team and works for clients across Virginia from her base in the Roanoke office. She focuses her practice on the defense of health care providers in all aspects of… Read more

Jon Hollis

Jon Hollis is a seasoned commercial litigator based in Woods Rogers’ Richmond, Va. office. Jon is part of the firm’s Litigation, Bankruptcy and Restructuring, Appellate, and Real Estate Disputes practice groups and is Vice-Chair of the E‑Discovery practice. His experience… Read more

Steven W. Blaine

Steve Blaine practices in the Real Estate and Land Use group out of Woods Rogers’ Charlottesville office. He focuses on real estate finance and land use law and represents clients regarding commercial real estate matters. He is experienced in guiding… Read more
Virginia Expands Residential Tenant And Borrower Protection In Response To The Covid-19 Outbreak (Coronavirus and the Law)
Virginia Expands Residential Tenant And Borrower Protection In Response To The Covid-19 Outbreak (Coronavirus and the Law)

William (Will) H. Shewmake

Will Shewmake works out of the firm’s Richmond office to support clients across Virginia and is a member of the Real Estate and Land Use and Construction groups. Will uses his deep understanding of zoning and land use law to… Read more
Environmental Justice: A Changing Landscape for Virginia Developers
Environmental Justice: A Changing Landscape for Virginia Developers
Virginia’s Solar Facilities are Growing: General Assembly Sets Carbon Neutral Goal
Virginia’s Solar Facilities are Growing: General Assembly Sets Carbon Neutral Goal

Nancy Fuller Reynolds

Nancy Reynolds is a member of the Health Law, Litigation, and Medical Malpractice Defense teams and works out of Woods Rogers’ Roanoke office. Her practice focuses primarily on the defense of long-term care companies in a variety of litigation areas… Read more
Good News for Skilled Nursing Communities from the Virginia General Assembly
Good News for Skilled Nursing Communities from the Virginia General Assembly
U.S. Supreme Court Upholds Arbitration Contracts’ Arbitrability Language
U.S. Supreme Court Upholds Arbitration Contracts’ Arbitrability Language
COVID-19 and Long Term Care Facility Litigation (Coronavirus and the Law)
COVID-19 and Long Term Care Facility Litigation (Coronavirus and the Law)

Joseph (Jay) E. Spruill III

Jay Spruill is a member of Woods Rogers’ Banking and Financial Services group. He joined Woods Rogers in 2019 and works out of the firm’s Richmond, Va. office. He focuses on representing depository institutions, finance companies, FinTech companies, and other… Read more
Legislation of Interest to the Financial Services Industry in the 2019 Virginia General Assembly
Legislation of Interest to the Financial Services Industry in the 2019 Virginia General Assembly
CFPB Gives Nod to States’ Rights in Proposed Rollback of Payday Lending Rule
CFPB Gives Nod to States’ Rights in Proposed Rollback of Payday Lending Rule
Business E-Mail Compromise Fraud Affecting Financial Institutions and their Customers Has Surged
Business E-Mail Compromise Fraud Affecting Financial Institutions and their Customers Has Surged

Karen M. Stemland

Karen Stemland focuses her practice on civil litigation, construction, real estate, energy, and commercial matters. Karen’s practice includes risk management, civil litigation, alternate dispute resolution, commercial real estate development and land use, construction contracts and disputes, insurance defense, and insurance… Read more
Importance of Narrowly Tailoring Indemnity Provisions in Construction Contracts
Importance of Narrowly Tailoring Indemnity Provisions in Construction Contracts
Dangers of Arbitration: Decisions Stand Even if Contrary to Law
Dangers of Arbitration: Decisions Stand Even if Contrary to Law
Teaming Agreement Created No Enforceable Post-Award Obligations
Teaming Agreement Created No Enforceable Post-Award Obligations

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