Elizabeth Guilbert Perrow is a trial lawyer who practices primarily in the area of medical malpractice defense. She has extensive experience representing healthcare providers and has successfully defended physicians, nurses, and hospitals. Best Lawyers in America named Elizabeth as the 2017 Roanoke Lawyer… Read more
Tom Palmer focuses his practice primarily on healthcare law matters, working with health systems, hospitals, hospital foundations, physician groups, individual physicians, and medical staff on legal issues unique to the healthcare industry—including managed care, compliance-related issues, EMTALA, consent, Joint Commission… Read more
Lee Osborne focuses his practice on estate planning and trusts and estates administration, which often involves taxation and business planning and related transactions. He is a Fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (ACTEC), which recognizes individual… Read more
Rich Maxwell heads the Banking & Financial Technology practice group and is a member of the firm’s Business & Corporate and Bankruptcy & Restructuring groups. Under Rich’s counsel, a $50 million manufacturing company was able to reorganize and emerge from… Read more
Supreme Court Rejects Chapter 7 Debtors’ Ability to Void Underwater Second Deeds of Trust
Refresher on Consignment Agreements
Bankruptcy Relief During the COVID-19 Pandemic (Coronavirus and the Law)
Josh Long is the Chair of Woods Rogers’ Intellectual Property group and a member of the Litigation and Labor and Employment groups. He concentrates his practice on matters pertaining to business torts, contract disputes, intellectual property, and unfair competition. Josh’s… Read more
Not So Secret Anymore: The Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2016 Gives Strong New Protections for Enforcing Trade Secret Misappropriation
A trial lawyer with more than 30 years of experience, Mark Loftis practices primarily in the areas of commercial litigation, product liability, and insurance coverage litigation. Mark has extensive experience representing product manufacturers, product retailers, and utility companies in litigation… Read more
Business Interruption Insurance and COVID-19 (Coronavirus and the Law)
Carter Lee’s practice concentrates on business litigation, medical malpractice defense, and general civil litigation. He handles a wide range of cases involving construction, personal injury, utilities, and regulatory law. Carter was recognized by Super Lawyers as a Rising Star in 2014 and 2015.… Read more
Court Finds Patient’s Specimens Could Be Collected Over Her Objection
Al Knighton focuses on business and corporate law, specifically on tax-exempt bonds, taxable financings, and nonprofit organizations. His clients include hospitals, nursing homes, retirement communities, schools, colleges, universities, other nonprofit organizations, water and sewer authorities, localities, and banks. He has… Read more
Deferred Compensation and the Disability Claims Regulation
“I’m From the IRS, And I’m Here to Help You.” Sometimes It’s True.
Fourd Kemper focuses on mergers and acquisitions, venture and seed capital financing, securities, licensing and other intellectual property matters, and the representation of high-tech entrepreneurs. He is chair of the Emerging Growth practice group. Fourd’s work in Woods Rogers’ business… Read more
SEC Simplifies Disclosure Requirements
The Future of Money: How Real is Virtual Currency?
Bring it On! Cheerleading Uniform Company Knocks the Knock-Off…and Wins!
Talfourd Kemper is approaching 50 years of legal service to clients. He has practiced in the areas of construction, corporate and business, real estate, and trusts and estate planning since 1967. Talfourd has served in a number of capacities for… Read more
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