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The Land Lawyers Take Home the Mushball Cup at the Second Annual Real Estate Mushball Classic

by on October 11, 2018
The Land Lawyers Take Home the Mushball Cup at the Second Annual  Real Estate Mushball Classic

First it was the Washington Capitals lifting the Stanley Cup back in June, and then it was Walsh, Colucci, Lubeley & Walsh’s mushball team lifting The Mushball Cup in September. The LandLawyers, a team of 12, representing Walsh, Colucci, Lubeley & Walsh’s and consisting of Firm employees and spouses, won the second annual Real Estate […]

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Should You Have a Lawyer Review Your Letter of Intent?

by on February 21, 2018
Should You Have a Lawyer Review Your Letter of Intent?

Often, one of the first steps in the process of selling or buying property is entering into a letter of intent with the other party. Because an LOI is less formal and detailed than a purchase contract, many clients feel comfortable signing an LOI prior to involving an attorney; however, there are a number of […]

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Banding Together – Battle of the Law Firm Bands

by on June 20, 2017
Banding Together – Battle of the Law Firm Bands

Back by popular demand! After a one-year absence, Larry & the LandLawyers will once again take their rightful place on stage at the Black Cat as part of Banding Together – Battle of the Law Firm Bands. Larry & the LandLawyers is a band comprised of three Walsh Colucci attorneys, John Rinaldi, Mark Goetzman, and […]

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Good Deeds – Lynne Strobel

by on May 22, 2017
Good Deeds – Lynne Strobel

When I solicited suggestions for my next column feature, I immediately heard from many firm employees recommending that I feature Lynne Strobel due to her well-known and much respected history of community involvement and her track record of good deeds. Lynne is a land use attorney in the firm’s Arlington Office and is fortunate to […]

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Good Deeds – Everybody Wins! DC

by on April 19, 2017
Good Deeds – Everybody Wins! DC

Since early 2016, volunteers from Walsh Colucci’s Arlington Office have been participating in the Everybody Wins! DC Power Lunch Program at Key Elementary School. Currently, 14 Arlington employees make the short trip over to Key Elementary School on a weekly or bi-weekly basis to read with a reading buddy. During the month of April, Walsh […]

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Good Deeds – Michael Coughlin

by on February 13, 2017
Good Deeds – Michael Coughlin

On Saturday, April 29, Mike Coughlin will take a break from his busy eminent domain practice to lead a group of volunteers who will be repairing and rehabilitating homes for community members in need in the City of Alexandria. For the past four and one-half years, Mike has been a member of the Board of […]

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Good Deeds – Randy Minchew

by on January 13, 2017
Good Deeds – Randy Minchew

“A Scoutmaster should never mix Scouting and politics.” Randy Minchew emphasized the importance of this adage during our conversation about his lifelong involvement with the Boy Scouts of America. Although Randy has been careful to strictly follow this golden rule, his scouting roots are evident in both his legal and political career. “As land use […]

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Good Deeds

by on December 13, 2016
Good Deeds

A native Texan, Erin joined the firm in 2013. As a mother of two with a busy transactional practice, her free time is a precious commodity. Still, she makes time to get involved with industry organizations that promote the advancement of women and improve the lives of children. It’s not easy balancing a family and […]

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JDRF Presents Art Walsh With Its 2016 Rapaport Lifetime Service Award

by on November 15, 2016
JDRF Presents Art Walsh With Its 2016 Rapaport Lifetime Service Award

Good Deeds For the past 19 years, Art Walsh has hosted an annual golf outing to raise money for JDRF, the leading global organization funding type 1 diabetes (T1D) research. After each outing, Art has stood in front of his many clients, colleagues, friends, and family and thanked them for their participation and generous contributions. […]

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Matching Skills with a Passion to Serve Forms an Enduring Partnership in the Community

by on October 13, 2016
Matching Skills with a Passion to Serve Forms an Enduring Partnership in the Community

On an unseasonably warm day in late September, I sat down with Bill Fogarty (no relation to John Fogerty, of Creedence Clearwater Revival fame) to talk about his community involvement and volunteer work. Bill is a shareholder in the Arlington office and has been with the firm for more than 30 years. He works in […]

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