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Arlington County Proposes Changes to Site Plan Process and Conditions

by on June 13, 2016
Arlington County Proposes Changes to Site Plan Process and Conditions

In response to increasing competition for private investment from neighboring jurisdictions such as Tysons and the District of Columbia, Arlington County is undertaking a number of initiatives to make its development process more business friendly. As part of this effort, key changes to the County’s standard site plan conditions are currently being proposed. Changes are […]

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Attorney Andrew Painter Says Reston’s Tallest Office Building Will Define Reston Parkway

by on May 26, 2016

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Employee Spotlight – Chuck McWilliams

by on May 13, 2016
Employee Spotlight – Chuck McWilliams

Growing up in Woodstock, Virginia, in the 1980s, Chuck was certain of three things: the nearest town to go shopping was Winchester, 30 miles away; he would either become a doctor or a lawyer; and no matter where he went to college or established his career, he would always return to his roots. Once he […]

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Holland, Lorri M.

by on May 6, 2016
Holland, Lorri  M.

A legal office administrator, Lorri has more than 20 years’ experience in legal administration, organizational and strategic planning, conflict resolution, and human resources management. She is responsible for leading the firm’s day-to-day operations associated with finance, human resources, facilities, staffing and recruiting, IT, and strategic planning, including payables, receivables, employment opportunities, office space, furniture and […]

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Six Land Lawyers Named to the 2016 Super Lawyers List

by on April 19, 2016
Six Land Lawyers Named to the 2016 Super Lawyers List

We are pleased to announce that six attorneys have been named to the 2016 Washington, DC and Virginia Super Lawyers and Rising Stars lists. Super Lawyers, part of Thomson Reuters, is a research-driven, peer influenced rating service of exceptional lawyers who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. This year, and […]

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Employee Spotlight – Kelly Pelletier

by on April 13, 2016
Employee Spotlight – Kelly Pelletier

She has only ever lived in Northern Virginia but, as a young girl, Kelly had her sights set on Hollywood. It was her grandmother, though, who planted her family’s roots in Virginia and directed Kelly to a more practical career path. Kelly’s grandmother worked as a legal secretary for Simmons and Colburn, just across the […]

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Rosslyn Plaza Approved

by on April 6, 2016
Rosslyn Plaza Approved

Art Walsh and Evan Pritchard’s case for Vornado/Charles E. Smith and Gould  Property Company, known as Rosslyn Plaza, was unanimously approved by the Arlington County Board on Saturday, March 12. The 7.65-acre Phased Development Site Plan project will include up to 2.5 million square feet of new offices, residences, retail, and hotel uses. Improvements will also include multiple open space […]

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Land Lawyer Andrew Painter Honored by Falls Church Chamber of Commerce

by on April 5, 2016

Arlington, VA – On April 2, the Falls Church Chamber of Commerce awarded Andrew Painter the 2016 Chamber Appreciation Award at its Annual Awards Gala. Andrew received the award, named for late U.S. Navy Commander Robert A. “Hap” Day, in recognition of his contribution to the Chamber’s recently published Resource Guide for Displaced Businesses. Over […]

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Listen in! Tom Colucci’s Success Story

by on March 22, 2016

A founding principal of the firm, Tom Colucci, has represented members of the development community in legal matters regarding real estate and commercial business transactions since 1972. Tom has been voted among the “Legal Elite” by Virginia Business magazine, and Law & Politics magazine named him a “Super Lawyer” in Virginia and Washington, D.C. Tom […]

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Proffer Reform Bill (Senate Bill 549)

by on March 21, 2016

On March 8, 2016, the Proffer Reform Bill (Senate Bill 549) was signed by Governor McAuliffe. As stated in the statute, which will be codified as a new section 15.2-2303.4, the new law is “prospective only and shall not be construed to apply to any application for rezoning filed prior to July 1, 2016, or to […]

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