R. Neal Keesee Jr.

Neal Keesee Jr. has extensive experience in all areas of corporate law, including acquisitions and mergers, contracts, computer law, creditors’ rights, employee benefits, financing, intellectual property, tax, succession planning, real estate, and venture capital. Neal is a frequent speaker on… Read more

James W. Jennings Jr.

James Jennings is a trial lawyer with more than 40 years of experience in civil litigation in federal and state courts. His practice focuses on commercial litigation, defending personal injury claims, product liability actions, toxic torts, and the Federal Employers… Read more

Nicole F. Ingle

Nicole Ingle focuses on commercial real estate, finance, and business law, with extensive experience in commercial loan transactions, commercial real estate Read more

Patice L. Holland

Patice is an attorney with a diverse litigation practice and experience. She is licensed to practice law in Virginia, Florida, and in the District of Columbia.  Patice focuses primarily on employment litigation defense, employment investigations, transportation law (FELA, SAA, LIA), general… Read more
Supreme Court Sets New Rules For Pregnancy Discrimination Claims
Supreme Court Sets New Rules For Pregnancy Discrimination Claims
Don’t Get Twisted Up in Hair Discrimination
Don’t Get Twisted Up in Hair Discrimination
Virginia Values Act Provides New Protections for LGBT Residents and Workers
Virginia Values Act Provides New Protections for LGBT Residents and Workers

Michael J. Hertz

Michael J. Hertz practices in the firm’s Corporate and Business Law and Intellectual Property sections, focusing his practice on corporate and intellectual property matters for both closely held and public companies. His experience includes merger and acquisition and contract drafting… Read more
U.S. Supreme Court Decides USPTO Cannot Reject Trademarks For Being Offensive
U.S. Supreme Court Decides USPTO Cannot Reject Trademarks For Being Offensive
Restaurant Revitalization Act Provides Needed Grants
Restaurant Revitalization Act Provides Needed Grants

Agnis C. Chakravorty

Agnis Chakravorty is a member of Woods Rogers’ Labor and Employment practice group where he counsels employers on human resources issues including non-compete agreements, employee handbooks, and company reorganization. His experience extends to litigation and dispute resolution, as well as… Read more
Do Employers Have to Comply with Federal OSHA’s Vaccine-or-Test Mandate Right Now?
Do Employers Have to Comply with Federal OSHA’s Vaccine-or-Test Mandate Right Now?

Francis H. Casola

Chip Casola is one of the firm’s most experienced litigators. Chip has broad experience handling a wide variety of disputes in state and federal courts and in alternative dispute resolution settings such as mediation and arbitration. His practice has also… Read more
U.S. Supreme Court Decides USPTO Cannot Reject Trademarks For Being Offensive
U.S. Supreme Court Decides USPTO Cannot Reject Trademarks For Being Offensive

Claude D. Carter

Claude Carter concentrates his practice in estate planning and administration, real estate, and business law. Prior to joining Woods Rogers, he was a partner at Carter & Osborne P.C. He has been recognized by Best Lawyers in America. After 45… Read more

Elizabeth Burgin Waller

Beth Burgin Waller is a cybersecurity and data privacy attorney who uses her considerable experience in technology to counsel clients on cybersecurity risk management, incident response, and privacy laws. As chair of the Cybersecurity & Data Privacy Practice at Woods… Read more
Cybersecurity in 2019: A Look Ahead
Cybersecurity in 2019: A Look Ahead
Assess – Improve – Prevent
Assess – Improve – Prevent
Showdown: GDPR vs. CCPA – Who Is Tougher (And Why You Need To Act Regardless)
Showdown: GDPR vs. CCPA – Who Is Tougher (And Why You Need To Act Regardless)

Neil V. Birkhoff

Neil Birkhoff works to find solutions to tax-related legal needs for private clients, businesses, and nonprofits. His practice includes federal, state, and local tax planning for individuals and businesses, and estate planning. He represents businesses and individuals before tax authorities and… Read more
Save Taxes While Helping Preserve History: Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit Programs
Save Taxes While Helping Preserve History: Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit Programs
IRS Releases Section 199A Safe Harbor Rules for Rental Real Estate Enterprises
IRS Releases Section 199A Safe Harbor Rules for Rental Real Estate Enterprises
Section 199A: What do the proposed regulations mean?
Section 199A: What do the proposed regulations mean?

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