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What’s New

In addition to achieving striving to address our client’s legal challenges in transactions or in the courtroom, the attorneys at McCandlish have been recognized for their legal expertise as well as involvement in bar associations, charitable endeavors, and community activities.

Virginia Haizlip Joins McCandlish Lillard’s Family Law Practice

McCandlish Lillard is pleased to announce that on August 21, 2017 Virginia C. Haizlip joined the firm’s Family Law practice as a new principal. Virginia’s practice focuses on divorce and separation, child custody, alimony, child support, and domestic violence.

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Gary Brown has more than 40 years experience as an attorney in Northern Virginia focusing on medical malpractice, legal malpractice, product liability, and employment discrimination.

In Memoriam

We are sad to share that our long-time friend and partner, and Gary W. Brown passed away on August 4, 2017.

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Bill Bethune is an attorney in McCandlish Lillard's Fairfax office. He has more than 35 years of experience handling complex, multi-party commercial litigation; arbitrating and mediating commercial, corporate, insurance, securities, and employment disputes; and counseling business clients on a broad range of contracting, employment, creditor rights, regulatory, and entity formation and governance matters.

Disputes Between Members of an LLC

William J. Bethune and Bethany R. Benes are presenting a one-hour CLE on September 25, 2017 entitled Disputes Between Members of an LLC: “Divorcing” from your business partner in Virginia.

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9 McCandlish Lillard Attorneys Named to Super Lawyers Lists

Eight lawyers from northern Virginia’s McCandlish Lillard law firm have been selected to the 2017 Virginia Super Lawyers list, and one was selected to the 2017 Virginia Rising Stars list.

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Bill Bethune is an attorney in McCandlish Lillard's Fairfax office. He has more than 35 years of experience handling complex, multi-party commercial litigation; arbitrating and mediating commercial, corporate, insurance, securities, and employment disputes; and counseling business clients on a broad range of contracting, employment, creditor rights, regulatory, and entity formation and governance matters.

Presentation on Misclassification of Employees vs. Contractors

William J. Bethune of McCandlish Lillard presented an exploration of the factors that the IRS and others apply in determining whether a person is an employee or independent contractor in the context of employment taxes and for the purposes of general liability considerations.

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Special Needs and Elder Law Classes

Elizabeth L. Gray will be presenting the following Continuing Legal Education classes.

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17 McCandlish Lillard Lawyers Named to Virginia Business’ “Legal Elite”

McCandlish Lillard is pleased to announce that 17 of its 23 attorneys have been recognized by Virginia Business magazine as being among Virginia’s “Legal Elite.”

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Client Wins Limited Liability Company Member Dissociation Case

McCandlish Lillard won a recent limited liability company member dissociation case in the Circuit Court of Fairfax County.

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