Norfolk, Virginia Appeals & Appellate Lawyers
"AV" - "Preeminent" Martindale Rating A Virginia Beach native, Ted was featured on 60 Minutes (Oct. 4, 2009) for his work involving environmental contamination from coal ash/ fly ash waste. And thanks to his AV® Preeminent rating from Martindale-Hubbell, which is the highest possible rating from the premier peer review process for the legal profession. He also enjoys the highest client review rating. In addition to his defense of health care providers; Ted tries lawsuits involving plaintiff’s catastrophic injury, brain damage, paralysis and environmental cases in state and federal court in Virginia and in Pennsylvania. He was first admitted in Pennsylvania in1988...
Manager of the Government Contracts practice at Albo & Oblon, L.L.P, December 2010--. General Services Administration Board of Contract Appeals, 1980-87. Attorney-advisor and trial attorney DLA Construction Supply Center, 1968-1980.
(703) 562-3382 2200 Clarendon Boulevard
Arlington, VA 22201
Arlington, VA 22201
Adrienne Sakyi is an Associate Attorney with the law firm of Schempf & Ware, PLLC in Yorktown, Virginia. Her practice focuses on civil litigation, business disputes, and estate litigation. Schempf & Ware, PLLC represents both individuals and businesses in many forms of litigation ranging from business needs to personal injury to criminal matters, and we would be happy to assist you with any needs you may have.
Attorney Kevin W. Mottley is a Virginia trial lawyer dedicated to representing select clients in the areas of business disputes and litigation, family estate disputes (will contests, trust disputes, breach of fiduciary duty claims) and personal injury, in particular, brain injury cases. Mr. Mottley founded The Mottley Law Firm PLC in 2009. Since then, his practice has grown by word of mouth from other professionals in the field and satisfied clients. The firm is a boutique civil litigation practice, and its case load remains small so that its clients can get the personal attention they deserve.
Mr. Bailey received a B.A. in Government from The College of William and Mary before enrolling at Regent University School of Law. While studying law, he served as Judicial Clerk for the Honorable Robert J. Humphreys in the Court of Appeals of Virginia and interned at the Office of the Attorney General of Virginia. After receiving his J.D. from Regent, Mr. Bailey served three years as Law Clerk for the Chief Staff Attorney at the Supreme Court of Virginia, and was granted a Legal Fellowship at Virginia Commonwealth University before joining a local Richmond law firm focusing on...
We are a small law firm that handles all matters related to Criminal Law, including, felony and misdemeanor representation, DUI and other traffic related matters, assault and battery charges, domestic violence matters, drug crimes and property and theft crimes; child custody matters, child support matters and representation for claims brought by the Division of Child Support Enforcement; and Trust and Estates law, including, drafting wills, codicils, trusts and power of attorney documents. Our firm's smaller size enables us to focus on finding the most affordable way to fulfill the needs of each client. Our firm takes a personal interest in...
I travel the world representing U.S. military personnel and their families in court-martial trials, adverse administrative actions, and security clearance appeals. I am ready, able, and willing to travel to anywhere there is a U.S. military facility for representation. I come prepared with my office-in-a-briefcase. For example, I was the first civilian lawyer to travel to Iraq in October 2003, for trials, and I have been back to Iraq and to Afghanistan seven times since.