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    The Greater Williamsburg area is an exciting place to live and work, especially because of the large number of entrepreneurs who have built businesses from the ground up. These entrepreneurs have taken their passion and made it their profession. Many of us want to take that step. Before you begin, you need to think of the type of business entity you want to form. Our attorneys have extensive business experience, from small one-person companies to publicly traded major corporations. Our attorneys are among the leaders in Virginia in the representation of Common Interest Communities. These communities are generally referred to as "homeowners associations," or "HOAs," and "condominium associations." In the greater Williamsburg area alone, we provide legal assistance to nearly 100 associations. Our attorneys have successfully prosecuted and defended a wide array of civil disputes involving community association covenant enforcement, commercial transactions, construction disputes, contracts, real estate matters, boundary line and easement disputes, employment matters, antitrust litigation, copyright violations, administrative proceedings, and estate issues. Real Estate law encompasses a wide variety of matters, and our attorneys have vast experience to assist you. Whether you need assistance with a commercial or residential closing, or you have questions relating to residential or commercial leasing, we provide experienced advice and counsel to our clients. Zoning law can be a complicated maze of statutes and ordinances. We have ample experience in successful applications for rezoning, variance, and special use permit requests. Finally, commercial and residential construction provide special challenges with respect to financing issues and the construction process. We serve as counsel to various financial institutions.
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2-Minute Drill Weekly Tweets for 2011-04-22

  • W&M Law Moot Court Team enjoys successful year in competition : http://ow.ly/4EYmK #
  • Wow, this Winchester case has some much stuff going on implicating many facets of our profession and the law http://ow.ly/4EYtF #
  • Why you should have a buy-sell agreement with your business partners. http://ow.ly/4EW44 #
  • Why can’t clients get loans? Deposits at the biggest banks rose 5% last year, but loans fell 7%. http://tinyurl.com/452jjm3. RT @Clagett: #
  • New history markers okayed for Jamestown and York. The 1730 theft case of Mary Aggie. http://t.co/r7dqH8W #
  • looks like we’re back in business. Hootsuite.com servers seem to be up and running! Cheers. http://ow.ly/4EVSw #
  • How Clients Choose Lawyers. Be an expert, be a good counsellor, get yourself known. http://is.gd/FwgQZP #
  • Blog Post: if you intend to raise investment money for your business, from any source including your family, BEWARE http://ow.ly/4E1bT #
  • Purchasing or Selling a business? Stock sale or asset sale? Learn before you commit http://ow.ly/4E2qX #
  • Think about this before you file your next court memo. Study shows font style not font size affects memory http://ow.ly/4E4EK #
  • Four social tech concepts for your organization | Inside Business: http://bit.ly/h81AJW #
  • Property management issues for smaller HOAs – paying for less than full time gets you less than full time http://ow.ly/4E2nS #
  • UVA Law agrees to pay bar review expenses for students without pending jobs. W&M Law? http://ow.ly/4E4N6 #
  • James City County residents and others affected by the tornadoes get extension for filing state taxes. http://ow.ly/1sAWZO #
  • Time lapse video of the devastating storm as it hit Jamestown Island. Powerful http://ow.ly/4DAFi #
  • A historic Caroline County farm will be auctioned next month. It was built in 1741, located in Bowling Green. http://ow.ly/4DbLV #
  • New law: Properties listed on the Virginia Landmarks Register receive an annual reduction on property tax http://ow.ly/4DbDC #
  • Why you should have a buy-sell agreement with your business partners: As we have previously noted, if businesses… http://bit.ly/hAURfM #
  • Small Businesses Benefit Most From Social Media, study reveals. http://bit.ly/f3bgeu RT @fooddude4life #
  • Map of the path of tornado damage in Middlesex County. Incredible stuff. http://ow.ly/4DbZT #
  • Newport News Circuit Court is a judge short after Judge Foster’s retirement. http://t.co/nMFleyX #
  • Fluvanna County takes different approach to divert Bounced Checks cases from court but recover payments for businesses http://t.co/4OFz9aX #
  • Questions answered regarding advance medical directives from the Virginia State Bar. http://ow.ly/4Cnkv #
  • Is your small business prepared for disaster? Appropriate article following the weekend’s disastrous tornadoes. http://ow.ly/4CkXN #
  • Bankruptcy judge gives Carter’s Grove owner Halsey Minor until 5/27 to file an objection to the $3 million he owes CW. http://t.co/9uSy207 #

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John is the firm's managing partner and chairs the firm's small business, zoning, and litigation practice areas.

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