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Richmond Attorney Named 2019 Virginia Super Lawyers ‘Rising Stars’

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04/29/2019Moss, Ashley G.

Vandeventer Black is pleased to announce that one of its Richmond attorneys are among the 2019 Virginia Super Lawyers Rising Stars list. The Rising Star designation is awarded to top up-and-coming lawyers who are 40-years-old or younger, or who have been practicing for ten years or less: Ashley G. Moss, Professional Liability Defense Other awarding… Read more »

Richmond Attorney’s Selected for Inclusion on the 2019 Virginia Super Lawyers List

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04/29/2019Palais, Douglas M.

Vandeventer Black attorney was selected to be included on the 2019 Virginia Super Lawyers list by Thompson Reuters. This renowned rating service considers attorneys from over 70 different practice areas that are nominated based on professional accomplishments and peer recognition. Douglas M. Palais, Securities Litigation Other awarding bodies have recognized Vandeventer Black’s legal team, such… Read more »

2017 Virginia Legislative Forecast*

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01/10/2017Casey, Deborah M.

Today is the day.  At noon today (January 11, 2017) the Virginia General Assembly will be called to order and the 2017 session will begin.  As a bi-yearly, “short session,” the 2017 Session will span only 45 days and the General Assembly will consider between 2500 and 3400 bills (beginning January 11, 2017 and ending,… Read more »

Situs of Injury under the Longshore Act

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11/29/2016Bilisoly, F. Nash

Under the Longshore and Harbor Workers Compensation Act (“LHWCA”), a worker injured over water clearly falls under the Act, no matter his occupation. If the individual is injured on land, he is covered only if his occupation is “maritime” in nature and does not work too far away from the water to qualify for LHWCA… Read more »

Loaning money to your own business

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11/03/2016Guy, Richard S.

It happens to all entrepreneurs.  A payday arrives, a critical vendor demands immediate payment, or a great purchasing opportunity arrives at a time when there isn’t enough money in the company bank account.  Suddenly you’re reaching into your own pocket and loaning money to your business.  Although sometimes the company can pay you back within… Read more »

Practicing Without A Contractor’s License: More Than A Slap On The Wrist

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07/25/2016Moss, Ashley G.

LAW TIPS Becoming a licensed general contractor is often a long and tedious process.  The applications can be lengthy and invasive, multiple reference letters may be required, and supplemental documents may need to be obtained.  The process is often mistakenly viewed as a clerical exercise without due respect to the ramifications that can accompany the… Read more »