26 Attorneys Named to Virginia Business Magazine’s 2020 “Legal Elite”

Virginia Business Magazine released their 21st annual list of “Legal Elite” today, and we are pleased to announce that 26 ThompsonMcMullan attorneys were recognized on the list. Begun in 2000 as a collaboration with the Virginia Bar Association, the Legal Elite this year includes over 1,000 lawyers. Virginia Business annually polls more than 14,000 attorneys in the commonwealth, asking them to select from their peers the best lawyers in each practice category.

The 2020 list includes:

  • Matthew T. Anderson, Young Lawyer (Under 40)
  • Rebecca C. Bowen, Taxes/Estates/Trusts
  • Frances Caruso, Young Lawyer (Under 40)
  • Zachary D. Cohen, Intellectual Property/Information Technology
  • Mark R. Colombell, Civil Litigation
  • Beverley L. Crump, Business Law
  • Sherry A. Fox, Family/Domestic Relations
  • Paul G. Izzo, Elder Law
  • R. Shawn Majette, Elder Law
  • Christopher M. Malone, Civil Litigation
  • Michael G. Matheson, Civil Litigation
  • Christopher McCarthy, Elder Law
  • Adam R. Nelson, Real Estate/Land Use
  • John P. O’Herron, Appellate Law
  • Lindsay Pickral, Young Lawyer (Under 40)
  • William D. Prince IV, Civil Litigation
  • Michael J. Quinan, Legislative/Regulatory/Administrative Law
  • Cliona Mary Robb, Legislative/Regulatory/Administrative Law
  • David R. Ruby, Bankruptcy/Creditors’ Rights
  • Henry C. Spalding III, Civil Litigation
  • Thamer E. “Chip” Temple III, Labor/Employment
  • William W. Tunner, Civil Litigation
  • J. Buckley Warden IV, Construction Law
  • Sarah B. Warner, Legal Services/Pro Bono
  • Carolyn A. White, Taxes/Estates/Trusts
  • Andrea Yoak, Elder Law

Congratulations to all of our attorneys!

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