For the first time, Lynchburg Business is recognizing the best of the best in the region’s legal community. Top Lawyers of Greater Lynchburg 2016 is the result of a peer-to-peer survey conducted by DataJoe Research. Using an online ballot, DataJoe surveyed 140 lawyers directly; each lawyer could vote for up to three lawyers in each category. Then, DataJoe reviewed and processed all ballots, checking for signs indicative of cheating. A total of 337 lawyers were nominated. Lawyers with the most votes in each category made the list. The end result is a comprehensive list that is a service to readers, giving them a lawyer’s perspective regarding the top lawyers in over 30 specialty areas.

On the following pages, learn more about the overall Top Lawyer along with an in-depth look at social media trends in the legal community. You will also find the complete Top Lawyers listings and informative profiles about lawyers in the region.


Social Mediators

How law industry professionals are utilizing social media platforms
By Drew Menard

Just like friendship networks are no longer limited to sewing circles, diner counters and church potlucks, businesses can go beyond Rolodexes, regional development offices and biannual conferences to expand their connections. Social media platforms have changed the interpersonal landscape—by both making the world smaller and making communities bigger, with endless connectivity.

Some industries, like law, have taken longer to sign on. “Lawyers are typically slow adopters, especially in Virginia,” explained Brandon Osterbind, an attorney at Overbey, Hawkins & Wright, PLLC. “I once heard a joke that asked, ‘How many Virginia lawyers does it take to change a light bulb?’ The answer is five. One to change the light bulb and four to talk about how great the old light bulb was.”

He said it is great that lawyers have caught up to 20th Century technology, but “the problem is we are in the 21st Century.”

Mark Bold, founder and managing attorney at Relevant Law in Lynchburg, started his firm with the goal of bringing a fresh approach to an age old industry.

“Law has been a traditional industry, focused on in-person conversations, seemingly endless paperwork and daunting research,” Bold said.

“[While] technology has provided solutions … to teach a dog new tricks requires patience and time—of which many attorneys feel they have in short supply.”

But as social media has proven to be more than just a fad for young people, legal professionals have begun to incorporate social media into their overall corporate strategy.

“The legal community, known for being thoughtful and targeted in its approach, took those same actions when moving into social media,” explained Susan Caldwell, marketing director at Woods Rogers PLC of Roanoke. “Social media can be a key tool when you understand its value to both business development as well being a useful channel to deploy news and other information.”

Just as one shouldn’t expect to see a “not guilty” verdict delivered via a tweet, lawyers must strategize the best ways to utilize the strengths of each social platform in ways that are ethical and appropriate for each medium.

Osterbind warned that social media is even less secure than email so it is vital not to discuss cases with clients that way. Mostly, he said that social media is a tool to connect with potential clients and to promote one’s personal or professional brand.

Caldwell added that “regardless of the channel,” social media allows users, like law firms, to “amplify our message and reach people” at all hours of the day. Another caution for online socialites she noted is that feedback mechanisms (likes, recommendations, etc.) do not guarantee results; each individual case has its own unique set of factors.

“We use these social media channels to post information about our new hires, let our followers know we’ve written an e-alert or article, or to direct people to interviews we may have done in both print and broadcast media outlets,” Caldwell said. “Twitter requires brevity so we work to craft our message [within] the 140-character rule. Facebook allows for more information and also the opportunity to include visuals.

With Facebook, we may also include human interest posts, [such as] news of an attorney who has run a marathon in record time or volunteered for a pro bono cause. [Also] LinkedIn is a wonderful channel for business news and networking.”

Osterbind added that social media also helps take marketing to the next level—incorporating vital content that the public can take advantage of. For him, the frequency and types of postings vary by platform; he can post a lot more on Twitter without worrying that users will become oversaturated, whereas with Facebook he tries to limit to a few posts per day. Osterbind also uses Google+, Instagram, LinkedIn and is experimenting with Snapchat.

“Social media allows me to speak directly with my community and to add value to their everyday lives,” he said. “I don’t think giving away free information will keep potential clients from hiring me. I think the exact opposite. If a potential client gets a tip from my social media content that helps them resolve a personal injury case without a lawyer, then the odds are that case was not one that would be worth an attorney’s time in the first instance. But if that person is ever catastrophically injured or has a friend or relative who is seriously injured, perhaps I’ll be a source of information the next time around. Chances are that the more serious case will require attorney work and the client will likely realize that within the first couple weeks of dealing with the insurance company.”

One reason lawyers were slow to implement social media into their operations is due to the various regulations on how lawyers can advertise,
Bold explained.

“For example,” he said, “an attorney’s social media profile and their posts can be considered legal advertising, and therefore they can be regulated. Further(more), posting on social media can create a potential risk of disclosing confidential or privileged information, and may even unintentionally create an attorney-client relationship. As a result, law firms should develop a social media policy.”

Effectively utilizing social media also requires time.

“If you don’t engage in conversations with people then you are just shouting in a crowded room,” Osterbind said. “Nobody likes that guy.”

Beyond that, Bold said, “It is important to remember that social media ‘followers’ are people.”

“Clients want to know that their issues matter. Social media allows us that early opportunity to connect—lets them know that we’re in touch and that we seek to communicate effectively with them.”

Social media, Bold added, is “a powerful tool” for a law firm to “build a community—a network of individuals and businesses who have an interest in what they are doing” and to engage people by disseminating helpful information in a strategic way.

“One of the biggest complaints against lawyers is lack of communication. Pulling down the wall and allowing client access to the attorneys is a tremendous value-add.”

Just as social media is reshaping how people engage and maintain relationships, the legal industry is changing—fast.

“Law firms need to be constantly asking themselves, ‘How can we provide a better experience?’” Bold said. “Fresh ideas and innovative solutions to law [are] needed, and a younger nimble generation of attorneys and judges have endless opportunities. New [and outside] thinking will play a big role in that.”


Living the Dream

Local attorney finds his niche in the field of construction law.
By Megan L. House

Growing up hearing stories about his grandfather’s experiences as a lawyer made a huge influence on Scott Kowalski, a top rated construction attorney at Petty, Livingston, Dawson & Richards.

“He (grandfather) passed away before I was born,” Kowalski said. “I heard stories from my grandmother where they were doing jobs on the side in order to stay afloat during law school. He would be nailing…and she would be reading out of a law school textbook.”

Although Kowalski’s grandfather did not practice construction law, the stories about law school, and being an attorney, led Scott to pursue a career in the field of law. Now as a construction lawyer, Kowalski represents basically everyone who works in the construction industry or takes part in the construction process, such as financial institutions, developers, general contractors and suppliers.

“We work from the beginning of the project, all the way through to the end of the project, and on into the claims and disputing resolution,” he said.

His current areas of practice include construction law, construction litigation and surety law.

Kowalski became interested specifically in construction law while in college after getting his feet wet in the construction world.

“I worked construction as a summer job and a holiday job during college and also during law school,” he said.

“So I became interested in construction law, and that’s the area I wanted to end up focusing [on].”

Kowalski obtained his undergraduate degree from the College of William and Mary, and immediately continued his education by attending law school at George Mason University.

“I enjoyed working construction because I was able to make pretty good money doing it,” Kowalski said. “And I was always fascinated by the arrangements. Even on simple projects there can be complex arrangements between the owner and the general contractor, who then hires all these different trade contractors, schedules them and gets everybody there when they need to be.” Kowalski also enjoyed working in construction because the people were “interesting, entertaining, and hardworking.”

After law school Kowalski decided to return to Lynchburg, his hometown, and worked for a small law firm downtown. About a year later he moved to the D.C. area to take a job as a clerk at the United States Court of Federal Claims, and also to be near his fiancée, who is now his wife.

“During that clerkship I was able to make a connection with what was then the largest construction law firm in the United States,” Kowalski said. The connection led him to work for Watt, Tieder, Hoffar & Fitzgerald, LLP in McLean, Va. for about 12 years.

“In January of 2009 we made the decision to move out of the busyness of Northern Virginia and moved back down here to Lynchburg,” Kowalski
said. Both he and his wife currently practice law at Petty, Livingston, Dawson & Richards.

In the years to come, Kowalski hopes to continue providing excellent service to his clients and to grow the construction law practice to be local, regional and national.

“We’ve been working toward that goal since I got here,” he said.

He enjoys his work and advises law students to find an area of law that interests them and follow that into a career.

“Having that background interest will make your day,” Kowalski said. “When you’re not just working for the client, but you are doing the area of law that you enjoy.”

Aside from work, Kowalski sometimes finds time for the many hobbies that he enjoys, such as playing tennis, golfing, mountain-biking, going to the gym and working in his yard.

“My hobbies are now my children and my family,” Kowalski said. “We have four wonderful kids.”

Kowalski also enjoys investing his time in the community by staying involved at his church and teaching Sunday school. As a company, Petty, Livingston, Dawson & Richards also tries to keep connected with the community.

“Our attorneys serve as officers or on the boards of directors for numerous civic organizations. In addition, our attorneys provide pro bono legal services to civic organizations and to individuals in the community that are unable to afford legal services through the Virginia Legal Aid Society Pro Bono panel. And our firm has made a multi-year financial commitment to the Lynchburg Regional Business Alliance building campaign,” said Kowalski.

Aside from practicing law, Kowalski devotes his time to a variety of professional associations. Recently, he served as Section Chairman of the Virginia Bar Association Construction & Public Contracts Law Section. Since 2011, he has served as a member of the Board of Governors of the Virginia State Bar Construction Law and Public Contracts Section, and is also involved with the Virginia Chapter of the Association of Builders and Contractors, and the Virginia Chapter of the Associated General Contractors.

Currently, he is serving on the Virginia Bar Association State Board of Governors.

“It’s both a pleasure and a privilege to serve on that for a three-year term,” he said.


2016 Top Lawyers

Adoption, Marital and Family

Bell, Sarah W
Woods Rogers
Edmunds & Williams
434-846-9000
www.woodsrogers.com
Family Law, General Civil
Litigation, and Estate Planning

Bice, David B.
Lynchburg
434-509-4619
www.davidbicelaw.com

Gibbons, Patricia M.
Lynchburg
434-847-8149
www.patriciamcadamsgibbons.com

Moore, Brian R.
Lynchburg
434-299-0130
www.brmoorelaw.com

Morrison, Frank West
Phillips, Morrison, Johnson & Ferrell
828 Main Street, Suite 1403
Lynchburg, VA 24504
434-384-0946; 434-907-4805
www.pmjf.com
Divorce, Family Law, Mediation
and Collaboration

O’keefe, John
Lynchburg
434-845-6555

Price, Joy Lee
Caskie & Frost
2306 Atherholt Road
Lynchburg, VA 24501
434-846-2731
www.caskiefrost.com
Joy Lee, a graduate of the University of Tennessee and William & Mary Law School, practices civil litigation, especially divorce, child custody, and other family related matters.

Schenkel, Lisa L.
Lynchburg
434-385-0174

Appellate

Hawkins, A. David
Lynchburg
434-332-5155
www.overbeylaw.com

Mooney, Chad A.
Petty, Livingston,
Dawson & Richards
434-846-2768
www.pldrlaw.com
Commercial and Civil Litigation, Insurance Defense, Accident and Personal Injury, Creditors Rights and Collections, Criminal Defense, Property and Condominium Owners Associations

Orgera, Keith E.
Lynchburg
434-947-2244
Trost, Randall J.
Lynchburg
434-738-2300
www.trostlaw.com

Arbitration and Mediation

Morrison, Frank West
Phillips, Morrison,
Johnson & Ferrell
828 Main Street, Suite 1403
Lynchburg, VA 24504
434-384-0946; 434-907-4805
www.pmjf.com
Divorce, Family Law, Mediation
and Collaboration

Attorneys for NonProfit

White, Jeremy
Lynchburg
434-846-1326
www.vlas.org

Banking and Financial

Alford Jr., John R.
Caskie & Frost
2306 Atherholt Road
Lynchburg, VA 24501
434-846-2731
www.caskiefrost.com
John, a graduate of the University of Virginia and Washington & Lee University School of Law, focuses on commercial transactions, real estate, trusts and estates.

Sorenson Jr., Eric J.
Woods Rogers
Edmunds & Williams
434-846-9000
www.woodsrogers.com
Business, Corporate, Securities, Banking, and Health Care Law, Consumer Products, Higher Education, and Manufacturing

Bankruptcy and Workout

Cox, David
Lynchburg
434-846-2768
www.coxlawgroup.com

Feinman, Paul J.
Petty, Livingston,
Dawson & Richards
434-846-2768
www.pldrlaw.com
Creditors Rights/Bankruptcy, Commercial Real Estate, Estate Planning and Administration

Hansen, Janice
Lynchburg
434-401-1796
www.coxlawgroup.com

Valois, Margaret
Lynchburg
434-845-4529
www.jamesriverlegal.com

Wright, David
Lynchburg
434-845-2600
www.coxlawgroup.com

Business

Bold, Mark G.
Relevant Law
102 Northwynd Cir. Suite A
Lynchburg, Virginia, 24503
434-200-9567
www.relevantlaw.com
Relevant Law is an award-winning law firm that consists of experienced business attorneys who take an efficient and innovative approach to help solve the changing needs of your business.

Craddock, Theodore J.
Caskie & Frost
2306 Atherholt Road
Lynchburg, VA 24501
434-846-2731
www.caskiefrost.com
Ted, a graduate of Washington & Lee University and the University of Virginia School of Law, focuses on business law, public finance, trust & estates, real estate, and litigation.

Dawson III, G. Edgar
Petty, Livingston,
Dawson & Richards
434-846-2768
www.pldrlaw.com
Commercial and Tort Litigation, Criminal Law

Hawkins, A. David
Lynchburg
434-332-5155
www.overbeylaw.com

Keller, Herschel
Gentry Locke
434-455-9940
www.gentrylocke.com
Corporate and Business Law, Commercial Construction Law and Litigation, and Complex Contract Drafting and
Negotiation

Osterbind, Brandon S.
Lynchburg
434-332-5155
www.overbeylaw.com

Phillips, William E.
Woods Rogers
Edmunds & Williams
434-846-9000
www.woodsrogers.com
Business Litigation, Civil Litigation, Construction Litigation, Premises Liability, Insurance Law, including Insurance Coverage
Questions, and Medical Malpractice Defense

Pulley, Glenn W.
Gentry Locke
434-455-9940
www.gentrylocke.com
Personal Injury/Property Damage, Product Liability, Commercial, Construction, Employment, Estates, and Eminent Domain

Richards, James R.
Petty, Livingston,
Dawson & Richards
434-846-2768
www.pldrlaw.com
Taxation, Estate Planning, Business Law and Mergers and Acquisitions

Sackett III, Henry M.
Woods Rogers
Edmunds & Williams
434-846-9000
www.woodsrogers.com
Medical Malpractice Defense, Legal Malpractice, Personal Injury, Product Liability, Condemnation, Contracts, Construction, and Real Estate

Trost, Randall J.
Lynchburg
434-738-2300
www.trostlaw.com

Watson, J. Frederick
Caskie & Frost
2306 Atherholt Road
Lynchburg, VA 24501
434-846-2731
www.caskiefrost.com
Fred, who graduated from the University of Virginia and the University of Richmond School of Law, represents clients in
civil litigation and general business matters.

Whitesell, Darryl D.
Woods Rogers
Edmunds & Williams
434-846-9000
www.woodsrogers.com
Business, Corporate, Health Care, Intellectual Property, Wills, Trusts, and Taxation Law

Wright Jr., Frank A.
Lynchburg
434-332-5155
www.overbeylaw.com

Commercial Litigation

Dawson III, G. Edgar
Petty, Livingston,
Dawson & Richards
434-846-2768
www.pldrlaw.com
Commercial and Tort Litigation, Criminal Law

Hawkins, A David
Lynchburg
434-332-5155
www.overbeylaw.com

Keller, Herschel
Gentry Locke
434-455-9940
www.gentrylocke.com
Corporate and Business Law, Commercial Construction
Law and Litigation, and Complex Contract Drafting
and Negotiation

Kowalski, Scott W.
Petty, Livingston,
Dawson & Richards
434-846-2768
www.pldrlaw.com
Construction Law, Construction Litigation, Surety Law

Mooney, Chad A.
Petty, Livingston,
Dawson & Richards
434-846-2768
www.pldrlaw.com
Commercial and Civil Litigation, Insurance Defense, Accident and Personal Injury, Creditors Rights and Collections, Criminal Defense, Property and Condominium Owners Associations

Peake, Mark
Caskie & Frost
2306 Atherholt Road
Lynchburg, VA 24501
434-846-2731
www.caskiefrost.com
Mark, a graduate of Virginia Tech and Washington & Lee University School of Law, focuses on insurance defense, civil litigation, products
liability, personal injury and criminal defense.

Phillips, William E.
Woods Rogers
Edmunds & Williams
434-846-9000
www.woodsrogers.com
Business Litigation, Civil Litigation, Construction Litigation, Premises Liability, Insurance Law, including Insurance Coverage
Questions, and Medical Malpractice Defense

Pulley, Glenn W.
Gentry Locke
434-455-9940
www.gentrylocke.com
Personal Injury/Property Damage, Product Liability, Commercial, Construction, Employment, Estates, and Eminent Domain

Richards, James R.
Petty, Livingston,
Dawson & Richards
434-846-2768
www.pldrlaw.com
Taxation, Estate Planning, Business Law and Mergers and Acquisitions

Construction

Keller, Herschel
Gentry Locke
434-455-9940
www.gentrylocke.com
Corporate and Business Law, Commercial Construction Law and Litigation, and Complex Contract Drafting and Negotiation

Kowalski, Scott W.
Petty, Livingston,
Dawson & Richards
434-846-2768
www.pldrlaw.com
Construction Law, Construction Litigation, Surety Law

Lucy, J. Barrett
Lynchburg
434-528-3400
www.freemandunn.com

Pearson, Andrew P.
Petty, Livingston,
Dawson & Richards
434-846-2768
www.pldrlaw.com
434-846-2768
www.pldrlaw.com
Commercial and Civil Litigation, Construction Law Criminal Defense

Arthur, Mark B.
Lynchburg
434-338-7028
www.markbarthur.com

Drewry Jr., B. Leigh
104B Archway Court
Lynchburg, Virginia
434-239-0044
www.leighdrewry.com
From general practice, criminal and traffic law, estate planning, and personal injury I have you covered.

Hawkins, A. David
Lynchburg
434-332-5155
www.overbeylaw.com

Nelson, Margaret A.
Lynchburg
434-528-1078

Orgera, Keith E.
Lynchburg
434-528-1078

Peake, Mark
Caskie & Frost
2306 Atherholt Road
Lynchburg, VA 24501
434-846-2731
www.caskiefrost.com
Mark, a graduate of Virginia Tech and Washington & Lee University School of Law, focuses on insurance defense, civil litigation, products liability, personal injury and criminal defense.

Quillian, William
Lynchburg
434-845-6084

Sanzone, Joseph A.
Sanzone & Baker, LLP
1106 Commerce Street, Ste 3A
Lynchburg, VA 24504
434-846-4691
434-528-5264 Fax
www.sanzoneandbakerlaw.com
Criminal Defense, Personal Injury, Civil Litigation, Wrongful Death, Motor Vehicle Accidents, Family Law, Traffic Violations, Product Liability.

Smith, Gregory
Madison Heights
434-528-1141

Trost, Randall J.
Lynchburg
434-738-2300
www.trostlaw.com

Education

Hawkins, A. David
Lynchburg
434-332-5155
www.overbeylaw.com

Hunter III, James G.
Lynchburg
434-738-2300
www.trostlaw.com

Waugh, Melissa K.
Lynchburg
434-200-8287

Wright Jr., Frank A.
Lynchburg
434-332-5155
www.overbeylaw.com

Environmental and Land Use

Keller, Herschel
Gentry Locke
434-455-9940
www.gentrylocke.com
Corporate and Business Law, Commercial Construction Law and Litigation, and Complex Contract Drafting and Negotiation

Elder

Feinman, Ron
Law Office of Ron Feinman
801 Main Street
Lynchburg Virginia 24504
434-528-0696
www.ronfeinmanlaw.com
Effective strategies to protect your assets and assisting with Medicaid & Veterans Benefits, Nursing Homes, Wills and Trusts, Guardian­ship & Conservatorship, Special Needs Trusts. Traditional Estate Planning.

Isenhour, F.E. “Tripp”
Caskie & Frost
2306 Atherholt Road
Lynchburg, VA 24501
434-846-2731
www.caskiefrost.com
Tripp, who graduated from Guilford College and Liberty University School of Law, represents clients in civil and criminal litigation and matters related to elder and domestic law.

Leebrick, Thomas S.
Lynchburg
434-847-4546
www.thomasleebrick.com

General Practice

Davies, Peter H.
Lynchburg
434-528-5500
www.davies-davies.net

Leebrick, Thomas S.
Lynchburg
434-847-4546
www.thomasleebrick.com

Government and Administration

Richards, James R.
Petty, Livingston,
Dawson & Richards
434-846-2768
www.pldrlaw.com
Taxation, Estate Planning, Business Law and Mergers and Acquisitions

Health Care

Trent, Holly B.
Lynchburg
434-200-3000
www.centrahealth.com

Vogel, Robert B.
Lynchburg
434-332-5155
www.overbeylaw.com

Immigration

Dirom, Pavlina B.
Caskie & Frost
2306 Atherholt Road
Lynchburg, VA 24501
434-846-2731
www.caskiefrost.com
Pavlina, a graduate of the University of Economics, Prague, Czech Republic, and the University of Richmond School of Law, focuses on estates, trusts, immigration, and business law.

Insurance

Peake, Mark
Caskie & Frost
2306 Atherholt Road.
Lynchburg, VA 24501
434-846-2731
www.caskiefrost.com
Mark, a graduate of Virginia Tech and Washington & Lee University School of Law, focuses on insurance defense, civil litigation, products
liability, personal injury and criminal defense.

Phillips, William E.
Woods Rogers
Edmunds & Williams
434-846-9000
www.woodsrogers.com
Business Litigation, Civil Litigation, Construction Litigation, Premises Liability, Insurance Law, including Insurance Coverage
Questions, and Medical Malpractice Defense

Intellectual Property Rights

Creasy IV, S. Henry (Hank)
Woods Rogers
Edmunds & Williams
434-846-9000
www.woodsrogers.com
General Corporate and Business Law, Regulatory Compliance, Governance, Health Care Law, Real Estate Law, Banking Law, Commercial Lending, Trademarks and Licensing, and Information Technology

Labor and Employment

Coates, Gary M.
Lynchburg
434-528-3400
www.freemandunn.com

Falcone, John E.
Petty, Livingston,
Dawson & Richards
434-846-2768
www.pldrlaw.com
Employment, Business and Construction Litigation, Personal Injury, Media Law

Personal Injury

Dawson III, G. Edgar
Petty, Livingston,
Dawson & Richards
434-846-2768
www.pldrlaw.com
Commercial and Tort Litigation, Criminal Law

Johnson, Eric
Phillips, Morrison,
Johnson & Ferrell
Bank of the James Building
722 Commerce Street,
Lynchburg, VA 24504
434-455-7171
ejohnson@pmjf.com
www.PMJF.com
Personal Injury and Wrongful Death litigation throughout Virginia for over 24 years. Car, Truck, Motorcycle and Bicycle accidents; Premises liability, Insurance claims, Workplace injuries.

Trost, Randall J.
Lynchburg
434-738-2300
www.trostlaw.com

Real Estate

Alford Jr., John R.
Caskie & Frost
2306 Atherholt Road
Lynchburg, VA 24501
434-846-2731
www.caskiefrost.com
John, a graduate of the University of Virginia and Washington & Lee University School of Law, focuses on commercial transactions, real estate, trusts and estates.

Davies, Jonathan E.
Lynchburg
434-528-5500
www.davies-davies.net

Jester, Royston
Lynchburg
434-528-5858

Keller, Herschel
Gentry Locke
434-455-9940
www.gentrylocke.com
Corporate and Business Law, Commercial Construction Law and Litigation, and Complex Contract Drafting and Negotiation

Wright Jr., Frank A.
Lynchburg
434-332-5155
www.overbeylaw.com

Securities

Alford Jr., John R.
Caskie & Frost
2306 Atherholt Road
Lynchburg, VA 24501
434-846-2731
www.caskiefrost.com
John, a graduate of the University of Virginia and Washington & Lee University School of Law, focuses on commercial transactions, real estate, trusts and estates.

Craddock, Ted
Caskie & Frost
2306 Atherholt Road
Lynchburg, VA 24501
434-846-2731
www.caskiefrost.com
Ted, a graduate of Washington & Lee University and the University of Virginia School of Law, focuses on business law, public finance, trust & estates, real estate, and litigation.

Sorenson Jr., Eric J.
Woods Rogers
Edmunds & Williams
434-846-9000
www.woodsrogers.com
Business, Corporate, Securities, Banking, and Health Care Law, Consumer Products, Higher Education, and Manufacturing

Tax

Dunn, Terrance J.
Lynchburg
434-528-3400
www.freemandunn.com

Traffic

Dawson III, G. Edgar
Petty, Livingston,
Dawson & Richards
434-846-2768
www.pldrlaw.com
Commercial and Tort Litigation, Criminal Law

Wills, Estates, and Trusts

Bold, Mark G.
Relevant Law
102 Northwynd Cir. Suite A
Lynchburg, Virginia, 24503
434-200-9567
www.relevantlaw.com
Relevant Law is an award-winning law firm that consists of an experienced team of estate planning and asset protection attorneys who are committed to protecting you and your family.

Baldwin III, Bernard C.
Woods Rogers
Edmunds & Williams
434-846-9000
www.woodsrogers.com
Business Law Transactions, Estate Planning, and Estate and Trust Administration, Banking, Finance, Acquisitions and Divestitures, Taxation, Education-Related Issues

Craddock, Theodore J.
Caskie & Frost
2306 Atherholt Road
Lynchburg, VA 24501
434-846-2731
www.caskiefrost.com
Ted, a graduate of Washington & Lee University and the University of Virginia School of Law, focuses on business law, public finance, trust & estates, real estate, and litigation.

Davies, Jonathan E.
Lynchburg
434-528-5500
www.davies-davies.net

Davies, Peter H.
Lynchburg
434-528-5500
www.davies-davies.net

Dunn, Terrance J.
Lynchburg
434-528-3400
www.freemandunn.com

Feinman, Ron
Law Office of Ron Feinman
801 Main Street
Lynchburg Virginia 24504
434-528-0696
www.ronfeinmanlaw.com
Traditional and Sophisticated Legacy and Estate Planning to reduce or eliminate estate taxes, Asset Protection, Charitable Planning, Wealth Counsel, Elder law and Fiduciary Litigation, Special Needs Trusts.

Richards, James R.
Petty, Livingston,
Dawson & Richards
434-846-2768
www.pldrlaw.com
Taxation, Estate Planning, Business Law and Mergers and Acquisitions

Richards, John F.
Petty, Livingston,
Dawson & Richards
434-846-2768
www.pldrlaw.com
Estate and Trust, Tax and Small Business Law

Vance IV, Samuel F.
Lynchburg
434-332-5155
www.overbeylaw.com

Worker’s Compensation

Baker, Philip B.
Sanzone & Baker, LLP
1106 Commerce Street, Ste 3A
Lynchburg , VA 24504
434-846-4691
434-528-5264 Fax
www.sanzoneandbakerlaw.com
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