Humbled Again by Joining the 2014 Legal Elite

2014_Legal_EliteOnce again, I am humbled and highly gratified by my inclusion in the 2014 Virginia Business Legal Elite in the Construction Law category. For the 8th year running and spanning my time at my prior firm and my four and a half years in solo practice, my peers have seen fit to nominate and vote me into this group of high level construction attorneys. To see the full list of Virginia construction attorneys who have joined me on the list, many of whom I consider friends, check out this years Legal Elite in Construction Law 2014.

So without further ado, thank you to all of you who voted for me. I truly appreciate your continued confidence and support of my construction law practice. Your yearly votes always prod me to learn and improve yearly to meet your expectations and keep my practice at this high level. I also couldn’t do this without the great support from friends and family (not to mention clients), so thanks as always to these great folks.

Thanks again,


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2 Responses to Humbled Again by Joining the 2014 Legal Elite
  1. […] on construction related topics and (thanks again to all of you who voted) been named to the Virginia Business Legal Elite in Construction Law for the 8th year running. I’ve gained some new friends and clients and generally had a great time writing here at […]

  2. […] I opened my practice 5 years ago, I have been named to the Virginia Legal Elite each year of my practice, been asked to speak on “Hanging a Shingle,” as a solo, […]

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I am a construction lawyer in Richmond, Virginia, a LEED AP, and have been nominated by my peers to Virginia's Legal Elite in Construction Law on multiple occasions. I provide advice and assistance with mechanic's liens, contract review and consulting, occupational safety issues (VOSH and OSHA), and risk management for construction professionals.

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