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Six Land Lawyers Named to 2018 Super Lawyers Lists

by on May 1, 2018
Six Land Lawyers Named to 2018 Super Lawyers Lists

  We are pleased to announce that three attorneys have been named to the 2018 Super Lawyers list and three to the 2018 Rising Stars list. Super Lawyers is a rating service of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. This selection […]

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Jay du Von Announces Retirement After 22 Years with the Firm

by on February 26, 2018
Jay du Von Announces Retirement  After 22 Years with the Firm

After 36 years serving the business and real estate community and 22 years as a shareholder at Walsh, Colucci, Lubeley & Walsh, Jay du Von has announced he will retire from the Firm effective March 1, 2018. Jay joined the Firm’s Land Use and Zoning practice group in 1996 and is an expert in all […]

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Four Land Lawyers are included in Washingtonian’s Best Lawyers list

by on December 19, 2017
Four Land Lawyers are included in Washingtonian’s Best Lawyers list

Congratulations to our attorneys recognized by Washingtonian magazine and included in the Washington, DC’s Best Lawyers: Real Estate list!

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Three Land Lawyers are listed in the 2017 edition of Virginia Business Legal Elite

by on December 19, 2017
Three Land Lawyers are listed in the 2017 edition of Virginia Business Legal Elite

Congratulations to our attorneys recognized by Virginia Business magazine and included in the 2017 Virginia Business Legal Elite list in the Real Estate/Land Use category!

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Elizabeth Baker Cites Benefits of Mixed-Use Development Near the Future Herndon-Monroe Metro

by on February 6, 2017

Fairfax County Planning Commission approves 1.2 million square feet of mixed-use development near the future Herndon-Monroe Metro. Land use planner Elizabeth Baker cites benefits in “The FAIRFAX Newsletter” (p. 3).

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U.S. Federal Court Issues Injunction to Deny Proposed Revisions to FLSA’s “Salary Basis Test”

by on December 6, 2016
U.S. Federal Court Issues Injunction to Deny Proposed Revisions to FLSA’s “Salary Basis Test”

In June of this year, Land Sense published an article about the change the U.S. Department of Labor announced in May for determining overtime eligibility. That rule change, which was set to go into effect on December 1, 2016, raised the minimum salary test for determining overtime eligibility to $47,892 annually. In other words, the […]

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Chuck McWilliams Named Shareholder

by on December 2, 2016

December 2, 2016 – Arlington, VA. Walsh, Colucci, Lubeley & Walsh is pleased to announce that Charles E. McWilliams, Jr. has been named shareholder. Chuck McWilliams joined the firm in 2012 after working with a boutique tax, trusts, estates, and business planning practice in Winchester, Virginia. Chuck brings incredible talent to the firm. He is both […]

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Art Walsh Receives JDRF’s 2016 Rapaport Lifetime Service Award

by on November 21, 2016
Art Walsh Receives JDRF’s 2016 Rapaport Lifetime Service Award

November 21, 2016 – Arlington, VA—Martin “Art” Walsh was formally honored and presented JDRF’s 2016 Rapaport Lifetime Service Award at the organization’s 16th annual Hope Gala, held November 5 at the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C. This award recognizes Art’s tireless efforts in raising more than $1.1 million over the years for JDRF, the […]

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Andy Burcher quoted in an “Alexandria Times” article covering the judge’s ruling in favor of the City Council and La Bergerie.

by on November 10, 2016

Andy Burcher quoted in an Alexandria Times article covering the judge’s ruling in favor of the City Council and La Bergerie. Read the article here.

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Litigators Andy Burcher and Matt Westover Win Zoning Case

by on November 3, 2016

Rettig vs City of Alexandria Representing Janow LLC, the litigators defended the owners of La Bergerie, a restaurant located in the City of Alexandria’s historic Old Town in a suit brought by neighbors challenging the City Council’s approval of the restaurant’s proposed relocation. After a three-day trial, the judge ruled in favor of La Bergerie […]

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Six Land Lawyers Named to 2018 Super Lawyers Lists
May 01, 2018
  We are pleased to announce that three attorneys have been named to...

Jay du Von Announces Retirement After 22 Years with the Firm
February 26, 2018
After 36 years serving the business and real estate community and 22 years a...

Four Land Lawyers are included in Washingtonian's Best Lawyers list
December 19, 2017
Congratulations to our attorneys recognized by Washingtonian magazine and includ...

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