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

Thomas M. Winn III

Tom Winn, a Principal at Woods Rogers, is Co-Chair of the firm’s Labor & Employment Group. Tom’s nationwide practice focuses on traditional labor/management issues, HR counseling, and employment litigation. Tom devotes much of his attention to labor/management relations and NLRB… Read more
Judge Blocks Trump’s Order Banning Transgender Soldiers
Judge Blocks Trump’s Order Banning Transgender Soldiers
What’s Happening at the EEOC?
What’s Happening at the EEOC?
“Blacklisting Rule” for Federal Contractors Will Commence Next Month
“Blacklisting Rule” for Federal Contractors Will Commence Next Month

Joshua R. Treece

Joshua Treece is an attorney in Woods Rogers’ Labor and Employment, Litigation, and Intellectual Property groups. He focuses his labor and employment practice on issues related to discrimination, E-Verify, I-9 compliance, harassment, healthcare reform, and unfair competition. His litigation practice… Read more
Supreme Court Rules on Affordable Care Act:  Individuals Get Subsidies; Employers Get Penalties
Supreme Court Rules on Affordable Care Act: Individuals Get Subsidies; Employers Get Penalties
Unionized or Not, You Should Be Concerned About These Board Decisions!
Unionized or Not, You Should Be Concerned About These Board Decisions!
Final Regulations on the Employer “Play or Pay” Mandate
Final Regulations on the Employer “Play or Pay” Mandate

Daniel C. Summerlin III

Dan Summerlin is president of Woods Rogers PLC. His experience covers a scope of law from administrative and regulatory, with an emphasis on environmental, to labor and employment and litigation. He also counsels clients on government investigations and white collar… Read more
THE NEW FLSA REGULATIONS:  Ready to DOUBLE YOUR FUN (and the exempt salary)?
THE NEW FLSA REGULATIONS: Ready to DOUBLE YOUR FUN (and the exempt salary)?
Supreme Court Upholds DOL’s 2010 Mortgage Loan Officer Interpretation
Supreme Court Upholds DOL’s 2010 Mortgage Loan Officer Interpretation
The EPA’s 2014-2018 Draft Strategic Plan
The EPA’s 2014-2018 Draft Strategic Plan

Christopher W. Stevens

Chris Stevens’ areas of practice and services include commercial litigation, construction litigation, general civil litigation, insurance defense, professional liability, business torts, and workers’ compensation. Chris is an experienced litigator with a diverse litigation practice. In addition to personal injury, wrongful… Read more
Signed, Sealed, Delivered: Is Your 5+ Year Real Property Lease Enforceable?
Signed, Sealed, Delivered: Is Your 5+ Year Real Property Lease Enforceable?
COVID-19 and Virginia Workers’ Compensation (Coronavirus and the Law)
COVID-19 and Virginia Workers’ Compensation (Coronavirus and the Law)

Alexander I. Saunders

Alex Saunders has more than 35 years of experience in taxation and corporate law. His practice includes tax planning for individuals and businesses, estate planning, and corporate sales and acquisitions. He also represents businesses and individuals before tax authorities and… Read more

Daniel T. Sarrell

Daniel Sarrell is a trial lawyer whose practice focuses on civil litigation and the defense of medical malpractice cases. He also represents physicians, nurses, and other healthcare providers targeted by investigations of regulatory and licensing boards of the Virginia Department… Read more

J. Benjamin Rottenborn

Ben Rottenborn practices in the Litigation, Government Investigations & White Collar Criminal Defense, and Emerging Growth practice groups at Woods Rogers. He has extensive experience representing clients in complex civil litigation matters involving issues in fiduciary duty, general commercial law, private equity/venture… Read more

Matthew P. Pritts

Matt Pritts focuses on administrative law and the regulation of energy companies, and on certain types of litigation, such as personal injury law, eminent domain law, and construction law. He represents public utilities in state regulatory proceedings before the Virginia State… Read more

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