Sydni Williams, Marketing Manager
Bean, Kinney and Korman writes, edits, and publishes industry related newsletters devoted to issues and other matters of interest to our clients. Each newsletter is designed to highlight current events in the related industries and to acquaint our clients and friends with updated legal concepts and principles.
Past issues are made available with the understanding that they are not offered as specific legal advice, and that the facts and opinions set out therein may be, or may become, out dated with the passage of time.
Five Major Terms Construction Contractors Need to Worry About
Handshakes to Hashtags: The Evolution of Deal-Making in the Construction Industry
Searching for the Escape Hatch: The Variance
1031 Exchanges with a Twist
Firearms in Estate Planning
Estate Administration: What You Need to Know to Effectively Administer an Estate Qualifying as Executor
False Notes in the Music Industry: Fiduciary Duty of Business Partners
Bankruptcy and Government Contracts
"I Have a Registered Trademark, Now What?" 3 Steps to Monitor and Enforce Your Intellectual Property Rights
When Do Virginia Contractors Need a License?
Newberry Station: Political Contributions vs. Political Realities
Meet Our Attorneys: Richard D. Kelley
Proactive Steps to Protect Trade Secrets
Finding a Safe Path to Following the FCC's Newest Consumer Privacy Directives
A Tactical Approach to Defending Virginia Non-Competes
Obama Administration Postpones Health Care Reporting and Penalties Until 2015
Severance Agreements: What Are They Good For?
When You Thought it Was Safe to Go Back in the Water - Estate Tax Revisions
Basic Information About Durable Powers of Attorney"
Uniform Real Property Transfer on Death Act
Per Stirpes Means Per Stirpes, Correct?
Pitfalls on Termination: Employer May Be Liable for Employees' Loose Talk
The USPTO Supplemental Trademark Register: Advantages and Disadvantages to Amending the Supplemental Register
U.S. Supreme Court Limits Employer Liability in Title VII Supervisory Harassment Cases
SCOTUS Strikes Down DOMA - Employer Obligations in Virginia, D.C. and Maryland
Fourth Circuit Joins D.C. Circuit in Striking Down NLRB's Employee Rights Notice Posting Rule