Month: May 2019

Vandeventer Black LLP Listed as the Largest Maritime Law Firm in Virginia

large maritime law firm

05/23/2019Vandeventer Black

  The dynamic business and litigation law firm, Vandeventer Black LLP, was recently listed in the top position of the Virginia maritime law firm’s list for 2019 by Virginia Business Magazine. With an seasoned team of maritime attorneys, including 15 members of the Maritime Law Association of the United States, the firm’s expertise extends to… Read more »

Jennifer L. Eaton Honored as 2019 Taylor Reveley Award Recipient

Citizen Lawyer Award

05/22/2019Eaton, Jennifer L.

Vandeventer Black is pleased to announce that attorney Jennifer L. Eaton received the Taylor Reveley Award from William & Mary Law School at this year’s  Graduation Ceremony. “We are proud of Jenny as she exemplifies the ideals upon which this firm has thrived. We are happy she received this important recognition,” said Paul Julius, Executive… Read more »

Fill In The Blanks: AIA Documents Anticipate Customization For Your Project

AIA Documents

05/20/2019Sieg, J. Brandon

Various construction-industry organizations, such as the AIA, DBIA, and EJCDC, offer coordinated families of contract documents.  Because every project is unique, those documents anticipate customization by providing blank spaces in certain terms.  Using the AIA family of documents as an example, the very first page of B101-2017, Standard Form of Agreement Between Owner and Architect,… Read more »

Tools of Mutual Benefit: The Scope and Purpose of Lease Guaranties

05/17/2019Crouch, Richard J.

A guaranty is an agreement under which an individual (or entity) agrees to satisfy the underlying obligations of a primary obligor if such obligor defaults on the underlying obligation. With respect to a lease guaranty, the guarantor is often the principal or owner playing a key role in the tenant entity or a parent/affiliate of… Read more »

Bibeau and Pierce Elected to the City of Norfolk Grievance Panel

05/14/2019Bibeau Anne G.

Vandeventer Black attorney’s Anne G. Bibeau and Michael D. Pierce were both selected by the judges of the Norfolk Circuit Court to serve as chairs on three-member panels for The City of Norfolk Grievance Procedure. The City of Norfolk Grievance Procedure is an administrative process for The City of Norfolk employees to challenge management actions… Read more »