The Fairfax County Library Board of Trustees has selected Fairfax information technology and business attorney Ralph M. Tener for a Friends’ Choice Award in recognition of his
In a seminar presentation, Doug Sanderson examines of what is recorded in a real estate loan transaction — the mortgage, or, more accurately in the Commonwealth of Virginia,
In Part II of his presentation on Commercial Lending and Loan Documentation in Virginia, Doug Sandersonexamines the commitment and planning processes. To read more, download the PDF.
Doug Sanderson discusses preparing the proper and complete documents in the formation of a business entity in order to prevent and manage problems that entity might
In the course of negotiating leases, one of the issues most often left for the end of the process is the priority of the tenants’ rights
By: R. Peyton Mahaffey Gaining a competitive advantage by hiring key employees away from a competitor used to be an every-day occurrence. The practice has rapidly
Ralph Tener summarizes the major characteristics of types of intellectual property, as they existed from 1991 through 2000. To view the chart, download the PDF.
During a presentation to the Fairfax County Arts Council, Doug Sanderson and Ralph Tener outlined legal issues that visual and performing artists must consider. A contract is an agreement
Whether real property in Virginia may be sold as a single parcel or divided “in kind” is typically determined by the circuit courts by authority
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Doug Sanderson notes that authors of numerous magazine and newspaper articles have analyzed the substantial benefits and modest disadvantages of conducting business as a Virginia LLC,
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