Michael Hastings is a member of the Business and Corporate practice group and focuses on Bankruptcy and Restructuring. He has more than 25 years of experience representing clients in bankruptcy cases, insolvency and default situations, and commercial litigation. Michael has… Read more
Bankruptcy Relief During the COVID-19 Pandemic (Coronavirus and the Law)
Donna Foster is a member of the Woods Rogers Health Law, Litigation, and Medical Malpractice Defense practice groups. She works out of the firm’s Richmond office. Donna is an experienced trial attorney with successful representation of professionals (with a primary… Read more
Karen Stemland focuses her practice on civil litigation, construction, real estate, energy, and commercial matters. Karen’s practice includes commercial litigation, risk management, 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
Dangers of Arbitration: Decisions Stand Even if Contrary to Law
Teaming Agreement Created No Enforceable Post-Award Obligations
Zach Agee works with the firm’s Business and Corporate, Cybersecurity & Data Privacy, Emerging Growth, and Trust and Estates practice groups, specializing in contract drafting and negotiation, corporate formation and governance, property rights, and real estate. He represents startup companies,… Read more
Families First Coronavirus Response Act (Coronavirus and the Law: Legislative Alert #1)
The SBA’s Paycheck Protection Loan Program Through the CARES Act (Coronavirus and the Law: Legislative Update #3)
Main Street Loans Are Another Relief Option for Small & Medium Businesses (Coronavirus and the Law)
Leah strategically advises employers on compliance with employment laws and defends actions before agencies including the EEOC, DOL, and NLRB. Leah has substantial federal trial experience, conducts workplace and board training sessions, and guides managers through workplace investigations. Leah has… Read more
FLSA #2: Who Gets Paid on a Snow Day?
Breaking News: DOL Proposes Exempt Salary Threshold of $35,000/yr
Hank Creasy counsels business leaders in a variety of industries and entrepreneurial endeavors, including day-to-day operations and transactions. His practice includes advising in the areas of general corporate and business law, healthcare law, health insurance law, real estate law, commercial… Read more
Patrick Bolling solves workforce issues in collaboration with human resource professionals and other company leaders. As part of the firm’s Labor & Employment team, he helps his clients make day-to-day employment decisions, design and implement fair and effective employment policies,… Read more
Clarifying Employee Leave – DOL Issues March 27 Guidance on FFCRA (Coronavirus and the Law)
Governing During the COVID-19 Pandemic (Coronavirus and the Law)
Additional Guidance on COVID-19 Emergency Leave – DOL Issues Temporary Rule (Coronavirus and the Law)
Bernard Baldwin has more than 45 years of experience advising clients in a full range of business law transactions, estate planning, and estate and trust administration. His primary areas of focus also include trusts and estates, acquisitions and divestitures, taxation,… Read more
John Francisco has more than 20 years of experience advising clients on business transactions and disputes, including corporate acquisitions and sales, commercial transactions, real estate construction and development, and a wide variety of civil litigation matters. In addition, John has… Read more
Justin Simmons is a principal in Woods Rogers’ Roanoke office. His practice focuses on bankruptcy and creditors’ rights and commercial litigation. Justin has experience as a first-chair for jury trials and has briefed and argued numerous dispositive motions in state… Read more
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