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Bean, Kinney & Korman embraces a culture of service to its clients, its community and its profession. As a full-service, multi-disciplinary law firm, our attorneys provide versatile and experienced legal counsel to business and individual clients throughout the Washington, D.C. metropolitan region and other jurisdictions throughout the country from our offices in Arlington, Virginia.

For over six decades, we have distinguished ourselves by our commitment to our shared value of service as professionals, colleagues and citizens.

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Andrea Campbell Davison


Andrea Campbell Davison is a shareholder at Bean, Kinney & Korman with practice concentrations in bankruptcy and creditor’s rights, and commercial and real estate loan transactions....

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LATEST NEWS / July 11, 2022

Fairfax County Signage Shake-up

Whether you are demonstrating your support for your favorite political candidate, sharing the day’s specials at your restaurant, or showcasing the location of a major office tenant, you’re undoubtedly using signage to get people’s attention. The who, where, when, and what of signage is strictly regulated. In Fairfax County, adding or modifying existing signs beyond what is permitted by-right can… Read more
LATEST NEWS / July 6, 2022

What Impact Will the Biden Administration’s New Proposed Title IX Regulations Have on Colleges and Universities?

Perhaps you have been on vacation in some remote destination, or your attention has been diverted by other demands, like the House’s January 6 hearings, and you might be wondering: What’s new in higher ed? Plenty. Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (“Title IX”) officially turned fifty on June 23, 2022. That same day, the U.S. Department of… Read more
LATEST NEWS / July 1, 2022

The Missing Middle

Arlington County’s Planning & Housing study “The Missing Middle” has entered its second phase, “Analysis & Draft Framework.” The initiative has garnered attention from homeowners, homebuilders, and community members who are interested in how the plan might impact Arlington. “The Missing Middle” refers to housing types that exist on the spectrum between detached single-family houses and mid-rise multifamily units. Examples… Read more
LATEST NEWS / June 27, 2022

Parking Reimagined – Changes to Fairfax County’s Parking Requirements

Fairfax County’s Zoning Ordinance may undergo major changes in parking requirements at the end of this year. “Parking Reimagined,” the County’s initiative to reevaluate longstanding vehicular parking standards within its borders,[1] will soon release its draft proposal to citizen workgroups and the broader public for feedback. Notably, the proposal may include modifications to County maximum and minimum parking requirements for… Read more
LATEST NEWS / June 21, 2022

License to…Bid? When a Virginia Contractor’s License is Required and Why You Should Have One

Many contractors considering projects in the Commonwealth, particularly those that primarily operate in Maryland and the District of Columbia, are surprised to learn how strict the licensing requirements are here in Virginia and that reciprocity often does not apply. Careful compliance with the licensing statutes and regulations is key to ensuring your contracting firm is entitled to get paid in… Read more
LATEST NEWS / June 13, 2022

Changes to Fairfax County’s Site-Specific Plan Amendment Process

The use of land in Fairfax County is governed by the Zoning Ordinance and the Comprehensive Plan. Last year, the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors approved a new Zoning Ordinance. This year, the Board of Supervisors is turning its attention to the Comprehensive Plan. The “Comp Plan” includes both (1) broad planning policies, such as those concerning the management of the… Read more
LATEST NEWS / May 17, 2022

Andrew W. Gregg Joins Bean, Kinney & Korman

ARLINGTON, VA, –Bean, Kinney & Korman is pleased to announce that Andrew W. Gregg has joined the firm as a shareholder, focusing his practice on land use, zoning, and development. His unique background as a developer, owner and investor in commercial real estate offers his clients a valued perspective of their business goals and interests. “We are quite fortunate to… Read more
LATEST NEWS / May 5, 2022

2022 Super Lawyers

ARLINGTON, VA, –Bean, Kinney & Korman P.C. is pleased to congratulate its 2022 Virginia and Washington DC Super Lawyers and Rising Stars: 2022 Virginia & Washington DC Super Lawyers Maureen E. Carr, Employment & Labor Raighne C. Delaney, Business Litigation Lynn E. Hawkins, Family Law Timothy R. Hughes, Construction Litigation Kathleen Kelley, Business/Corporate Jonathan C. Kinney, Land Use/Zoning James W.… Read more
LATEST NEWS / May 5, 2022

Theresa M. Mihalik Joins Bean, Kinney & Korman

ARLINGTON, VA, –Bean, Kinney & Korman is pleased to announce that Theresa M. Mihalik has joined the firm as a shareholder. Ms. Mihalik had represented clients in all aspects of family and domestic relations law for more than twenty-five years. Her practice encompasses the full range of issues including extensive litigation experience, and experience in high-end asset cases. In addition… Read more
LATEST NEWS / April 12, 2022

Explaining NFTs (Non-Fungible Tokens) and How the Department of Justice is Cracking Down on NFT Fraud

Non-Fungible Tokens A non-fungible token (“NFT”) is a non-interchangeable unit of data which can be sold and traded. NFTs come in varying forms, though commonly, they take the form of a simple .jpeg image. Popular auction houses, such as Sotheby’s and Christie’s, have recently reached hit numbers due to NFT sales.[1] This image shows an NFT which was part of… Read more

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