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

Elaine D. McCafferty

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
Questions About Tort and Contract Claims in the Cybersecurity Context Left Unsettled

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)

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

Brian S. Johnson

Brian Johnson practices in the areas of corporate formation and governance, private equity finance, and real estate transactions. Brian handles a wide variety of commercial and residential real estate matters for his clients, including developers, landowners, and investors. Brian is… Read more
Potential Effects on Virginia Contracts (Coronavirus and the Law)
Potential Effects on Virginia Contracts (Coronavirus and the Law)

Timothy I. Kelsey

Tim Kelsey is a member of the firm’s Real Estate and Land Use, Business and Corporate, and Trusts and Estates practice groups. Based in Charlottesville, Tim assists clients with the sale and exchange of interests in real property and other… Read more

Nathan A. Evans

Nathan Evans is a registered patent attorney with Woods Rogers who focuses on intellectual property (IP)—including patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets. He helps companies in a variety of industries protect and monetize their IP rights. Based in Charlottesville, Virginia,… Read more
U.S. Supreme Court Patent Decision: Venue Matters
U.S. Supreme Court Patent Decision: Venue Matters
The Supreme Court’s New Take on Patent Exhaustion
The Supreme Court’s New Take on Patent Exhaustion
How to Get a Computer Software Application Patent: Overcoming Persistent Rejections Based on the Supreme Court’s Alice Opinion
How to Get a Computer Software Application Patent: Overcoming Persistent Rejections Based on the Supreme Court’s Alice Opinion

Joshua C. Wykle

Josh Wykle practices in the firm’s Corporate, Tax, and Trusts and Estates groups. His practice concentrates on taxation, including corporate and partnership issues in the transactional field, personal income tax, and estate and gift tax in the setting of individual… Read more
Using Opportunity Zones to Revitalize Areas Throughout Virginia
Using Opportunity Zones to Revitalize Areas Throughout Virginia
The New Tax Reform & the HR Department
The New Tax Reform & the HR Department
IRS Proposes New Rules To Curb Use of Valuation Discount Techniques in Family-Controlled Entities
IRS Proposes New Rules To Curb Use of Valuation Discount Techniques in Family-Controlled Entities

W. McIlwaine Thompson Jr.

Mac Thompson practices business and corporate law representing companies in diverse fields including biotechnology, high-tech, education, energy, and manufacturing. He assists entrepreneurs in preparing appropriate organizational structures, managing federal and state securities issues, negotiating investment terms and conditions for financings,… Read more

J. Alden English

Alden English practices in the areas of corporate formation and governance, mergers and acquisitions, bank and private equity finance, and real estate transactions. Alden represents companies and individuals in a variety of transactions, including contract negotiations, real estate development and… Read more

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