Civil Law


Virginia Civil & Business Litigation Attorneys

Civil Law generally refers to legal actions brought by one party against another party or parties pursuant the laws of the Commonwealth of Virginia that govern all actions and procedures in our judicial system excluding those that are categorized as criminal in nature by The Code of Virginia. A party may be an individual person, or a corporation. This is distinguishable from criminal law where the state is bringing the action on behalf of the people.

Experienced Trial Lawyers Resolving Civil and Business Disputes

Our lawyers begin each case with a careful assessment of each client’s risks and options. We tailor-fit practical solutions to address our client’s immediate legal needs, as well as their long-term objectives. When appropriate, we advocate for negotiated settlements, mediation or arbitration, in order to save the time and financial resources associated with a trial. However, our attorneys are well known for their aggressive and effective trial advocacy and are fully prepared to litigate complex cases. Regardless of the path a case takes, we are persistent and single-minded in protecting the best interests of our clients.

Our firm assists clients at any stage of their dispute. Through planned representation, often we can prevent a contentious legal dispute from turning into needless lengthy litigation.

Efficient and Effective Litigation Solutions

Our firm is fully equipped to manage a wide range of legal disputes. Among our practice areas are:

  • Construction Litigation
  • Contract Disputes
  • Employment Law
  • Partnership Disputes
  • Corporate Dissolutions
  • Shareholder Actions
  • Breach of Contract
  • Landlord/Tenant Disputes
  • Defamation/Libel Suits
  • Unlawful Detainer Actions
  • Warrant-In-Debt Actions
  • Wage Garnishments and other Collections Activities

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