Month: July 2018

Potential Contract Adjustments Based on Tariffs

legal law concept

07/23/2018Sterling, Michael L.

This article was authored by Michael L. Sterling, the Managing Partner of the law firm Vandeventer Black LLP,, with the assistance of Daniel Salmon, a student at the Washington University School of Law. The Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) may provide potential avenues of relief to government prime contractors, subcontractors and vendors adversely impacted by the steel… Read more »

Virginia Law Provides Avenue To Save Imperfectly-Executed Wills

Last Will and Testament with Fountain Pen

07/16/2018Chappell, W. Thomas

It could be a family’s nightmare.  A deceased relative tried to make his or her will, but it was improperly executed.  Therefore, the relative’s estate will be distributed pursuant to an old will or, if there is no other will, the intestate laws of the Commonwealth.  Such a result could lead to that person’s estate… Read more »