Dissecting the Stigma of Family Law: An Interview with Jim Korman
On April 30, 2013, Jim Korman was interviewed by laws.com on his unique perspective on marriage and divorce as a family law attorney . “Years ago, there was a stigma attached to divorce cases,” Korman recalled in a recent interview with laws.com. “There is far less of one, now. Another thing that has changed is that fathers are now more involved in the custody of minor children.” Read More.
Ask Adam: Collapsing Retaining Wall
On Oct. 24, 2012, Arianna S. Gleckel was asked the question, "I’m wondering if you know who is responsible for a collapsing retaining wall between two homes?" on the Ask Adam Q&A Column. Read More.
This Morning in Arlington
Nearly 400 packed the Renaissance Arlington Capital View this morning for Bisnow's annual RB Corridor Summit. The submarket has yet to face significant competition from Tysons for private-sector tenants, experts said, enabling it to weather a slow leasing environment. While private companies love RB's proximity to the CBD and an educated workforce, GSA rent caps ($39/SF in VA) make government deals hard to come by, said Monday Properties DC chief Tim Helmig (left, with moderator Jonathan Kinney of Bean, Kinney & Korman). His silver lining: Increased interest from Asian and Middle Eastern companies that want to be close to influence centers without higher DC taxes.Read More.
Arlington County News
Arlington County Board Approves Clarendon Block Redevelopment
ARLINGTON, Va., January 24, 2012– The Arlington County Board today approved a plan to redevelop a 1.13-acre, block-long site in the commercial heart of Clarendon with two office buildings and ground floor retail. The Board’s approval of the plan by Penzance Clarendon Assemblage, LLC, paves the way for redevelopment of the block bounded by 11th Street North, North Garfield Street, Washington Boulevard and North Highland Street in a manner consistent with the Clarendon Sector Plan. Read more
Northern Virginia Magazine
Family and All It Entails… Frozen Embryos and Furry Friends
There are threads of everyday life that are woven with the law. Consequently, there are cases, some unusual, some unexpected, some unpredictable and some compelling where one needs to be aware of dotting the i’s and crossing the t’s. Whether it be the extraordinary or the ordinary, these Northern Virginia attorneys navigate the courts to protect their clients, each highly focused in their area of expertise. Read more.
The Daily Progress
Trump attorneys fight for Albemarle House rights
Attorneys for Bank of America and Donald Trump argued in federal court Wednesday over Trump’s assertion that he has a right to match any sale price negotiated between the bank and a buyer for the foreclosed Albemarle House property once owned by Patricia Kluge. Read more.
Virginia Lawyers Weekly
Suit says screener missed job applicant’s criminal record
A company that screens job applicants is facing a negligence claim for allegedly missing the “extensive” criminal record of a leasing agent hired by a Falls Church apartment complex. The company, Liberty Screening Services Ltd., allegedly did the background check on Mark Lawlor before he was hired as a leasing agent for Prestwick Apartments, a complex managed by Berkshire Property Advisors LLC. Read more.
Virginia Lawyers Weekly
Device to jam detonation of roadside bombs subject of suit
June 15, 2009 - In early 2007, ADI signed a teaming agreement with general contractor EMW to bid on a contract with NATO to supply 48 remote-controlled improvised explosive device jammers, known as theMILJAM-350, for NATO’s use in Afghanistan. Read more.
ARLINGTON, VA, April 29, 2009 - Bean, Kinney & Korman announced that seven of its attorneys have become LEED Accredited Professionals. Read more.
April 24, 2009 - Bean, Kinney & Korman's Joseph Corish
provides insight to Virginia Business readers on banks wanting to work with commercial borrowers during this economic downturn. Read more.
For Three Decades, James Korman Has Been Watching Northern Va.'s Market Grow Up. Read more.
Bean, Kinney & Korman lawyer Lori Muphy provides insight into how new RESPA rules impact loan quotes and settlement statements. Read more.
Arlington Law Firm Puts a Focus on Supporting Energy-Efficient Design
"Seven lawyers from the Arlington firm of Bean, Kinney & Korman, recently became accredited under the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) standards." Read more.
Washington Business Journal
Blue Line Media wins $1.1M in verdict
Bean, Kinney & Korman's Raighne Delaney assists Blue Line Media, Inc. to win a $1.1 million jury verdict against Redmon Group Inc. Read more.