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Articles & Outlines

McCandlish Lillard regularly shares legal knowledge discussing legal developments and issues affecting our clients.

John Farrell has over 30 years of experience before county supervisors, planning commissions and boards of zoning appeals in matters of real estate development, land use and environmental regulation, including rezoning, site plan and wetlands approvals.

Virginia Subdivision and Site Plan Law (2012)

Except for an individual single family detached home, almost all real estate development will require the approval of either a site plan or a subdivision plat. John Farrell explains the latest developments in law governing this process.

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John Farrell has over 30 years of experience before county supervisors, planning commissions and boards of zoning appeals in matters of real estate development, land use and environmental regulation, including rezoning, site plan and wetlands approvals.

Virginia Subdivision and Site Plan Law (2011)

Except for an individual single family detached home, almost all real estate development will require the approval of either a site plan or a subdivision plat. John Farrell explains the latest developments in law governing this process.

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Current Legal Issues in Health Care (2010)

In 2010, Bob McAllister made a presentation to the Intra-agency Institute for Health Care Executives during which he discussed health care reform, American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, medical malpractice tort reform, end of life decisions, and the role of health care legal advisors.

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Doug Sanderson is a legal counselor and attorney in McCandlish Lillard's Fairfax office focusing on Family Law, Real Estate, and Business Transactions.

Real Estate Issues in Commercial Lending and Loan Documentation in Virginia

In a seminar presentation, Doug Sanderson examines of what is recorded in a real estate loan transaction — the mortgage, […]

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Doug Sanderson is a legal counselor and attorney in McCandlish Lillard's Fairfax office focusing on Family Law, Real Estate, and Business Transactions.

Commercial Lending Requirements and Loan Documentation in Virginia: The Commitment and Planning Process

In Part II of his presentation on Commercial Lending and Loan Documentation in Virginia, Doug Sanderson examines the commitment and […]

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Doug Sanderson is a legal counselor and attorney in McCandlish Lillard's Fairfax office focusing on Family Law, Real Estate, and Business Transactions.

Subordination, Non-Disturbance and Attornment Agreements: Meeting the Legitimate Goals of Landlords, Tenants, and Lenders; Negotiation Techniques

Two issues most often left for the end of the process in negotiating leases and loans are, respectively, the priority of the tenants’ rights relative to present and future property financing and priority of the loan security relative to tenants’ rights.

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Major Characteristics of Intellectual Property Types

Ralph Tener summarizes the major characteristics of types of intellectual property, as they existed from 1991 through 2000.  To view […]

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Doug Sanderson is a legal counselor and attorney in McCandlish Lillard's Fairfax office focusing on Family Law, Real Estate, and Business Transactions.

Preventing Problems Up Front

Doug Sanderson discusses preparing the proper and complete documents in the formation of a business entity in order to prevent […]

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