Employment Law Update - Fall 2014
NEW FALL DOL FASHIONS: BLUE COLLARS TO REPLACE WHITEThis Autumn the U. S. Department of Labor (DOL) is expected to release proposed amendments to its regulations under the Fair Labor Standards Act, modifying the rules used to determine whether certain white collar salaried
After Hobby Lobby, What Does it Take for a Virginia Stock Corporation to Exercise Religion?
Corporate law in the United States provides for non-stock or non-profit corporations created under state law, and many such corporations are recognized as tax-exempt organizations under federal tax law. Many of them hold religious exercise to be their chief purpose, and their members and
By Kevin A. White and Corporate & Public Finance
The Newfound Flexibility of Virginia Trusts
Trusts, which used to be considered a necessary evil or tolerated burden, have found new life as a flexible and malleable entity under the Uniform Trust Code, adopted by Virginia in 2006. Once considered absolutely irrevocable and inflexible, trusts can now be modified and molded into an
By Ellis H. Pretlow and Private Client Services
Local Organizations Partner to Host Workshops to Provide Insight on Franchise Ownership
September 2014 – In an effort to educate potential franchise owners, the Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce; Small Business Development Center of Hampton Roads (SBDC); Kaufman & Canoles, P. C. ; FranNet; and Hampton Roads Veterans Business Outreach Center have partnered to host
About Nicole J. Harrell and Stephen E. Story
10 Kaufman & Canoles Attorneys Named Best Lawyers 2015 Lawyers of the Year
Kaufman & Canoles is pleased to announce that ten of the firm's attorneys have been named Best Lawyers in America 2015 Lawyers of the Year.
About Paul K. Campsen, Barry W. Hunter, Gus J. James II, Kirkland M. Kelley, Charles E. Land, Terence Murphy, Stephen E. Noona, Alfred M. Randolph Jr., Hunter W. Sims Jr. and W. Edgar Spivey
42 Kaufman & Canoles Attorneys Named to Best Lawyers in America 2015
Kaufman & Canoles is pleased to announce that 42 of the firm's attorneys were selected for inclusion in Best Lawyers in America® 2015
About Debra C. Albiston, Michael E. Barney, Stanley G. Barr Jr., Robert J. Barry, R. Barrow Blackwell, John M. Bredehoft, Kristan B. Burch, Paul K. Campsen, George L. Consolvo, Ann K. Crenshaw, Lawrence G. Cumming, David M. Delpierre, Robert E. Farmer III, Paul W. Gerhardt, Robert C. Goodman Jr., Philip L. Hatchett, Elizabeth G. Hester, R. Braxton Hill III, Barry W. Hunter, Gus J. James II, Kirkland M. Kelley, Scott W. Kezman, Charles E. Land, Dennis T. Lewandowski, Richard C. Mapp III, Vincent J. Mastracco Jr., T. Braxton McKee, Charles V. McPhillips, Terence Murphy, Stephen E. Noona, Alfred M. Randolph Jr., Jonathan B. Reed, Hunter W. Sims Jr., Robert E. Smartschan, J. Douglas Sorensen, Randy C. Sparks Jr., W. Edgar Spivey, Jeffrey M. Stedfast, Stephen E. Story, William R. Van Buren III, Lewis W. Webb III and Burt H. Whitt
Kaufman & Canoles Represents Wheeler Real Estate Investment Trust in Initial Public Offering
Kaufman & Canoles, P.C., is pleased to announce that Wheeler Real Estate Investment Trust, Inc. (WHLR), successfully completed the initial public offering of its common shares on the Nasdaq Capital Market.
About Charles E. Land and Jonathan B. Reed
Kaufman & Canoles Represents Bank of America in Financing of New Retail at Williamsburg Pottery
Kaufman & Canoles recently served as bank counsel in connection with a $10,000,000 loan by Bank of America, N.A. to finance the development of three new retail buildings for the Williamsburg Pottery in Williamsburg, Virginia.
About Otto W. Konrad
Kaufman & Canoles Represents Taylor Farms in Conditional Use Permit Application
Kaufman & Canoles recently represented Taylor Farms Land Company, LLC in its application for a conditional use permit before the Virginia Beach City Council to allow a large scale sand borrow pit on a portion of its property.
About Ann K. Crenshaw