How do I repair the damage? Can a false accusation—a criminal charge—be “fixed” in the public eye?

Our firm gets questions almost weekly from people who call asking what they can do about criminal charges or other public allegations that were filed or published against them that they were factually … [Read more...]

Setting up your appeal when trial doesn’t go as planned.

Every attorney who does any significant trial work—and many clients beside them—recognize even in the middle of trial when a ruling has gone against them and their case will not recover. It’s a … [Read more...]

Electronic Tracking Devices in Virginia

Several years ago, Virginia’s legislature clarified the legality of using an electronic tracking device to monitor someone without their permission. Virginia Code § 18.2-60.5. “Unauthorized use of … [Read more...]

Registered Agents in Virginia– What They Are and Why Does Your Business Need One?

    Every business that is authorized to conduct business in Virginia, whether it is a Virginia or foreign business, is required by law to have a registered agent. A registered … [Read more...]

Where do I file suit? State or Federal Court?

Both the federal government and each state government have their own distinct court systems. While both include judges, attorneys, and witnesses alike, they are very different. The main difference … [Read more...]

Top Five Personal Injury Questions Resulting from a Car Accident

You have been in a car accident.  You have been hurt.  Your car is damaged, you are in pain, you have medical bills, you are missing work - you are missing time with your family.  You know what the … [Read more...]

Virginia’s New Residential Landlord Tenant Laws: The Power of the Assumed Lease

This year, Virginia's legislature took action and made large strides to protecting a residential tenant’s interest. In their last session the Virginia General Assembly passed a new set of laws which … [Read more...]

Employer Vicarious Liability for Violent Crimes: Know your responsibility.

Vicarious liability and respondent superior. Both are legal terms with a simple meaning. They both mean to some degree to hold someone else liable for the actions of a person, most often used to hold … [Read more...]

Virginia Computer Crimes Act

In this day and age we keep out entire lives on a computer. Our phones store our personal contact information, bank account information, social media accounts, and for most people so much more. When a … [Read more...]