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WRG's 2018 Super Lawyers & Rising Stars

April 2018

Only 5% of attorneys in Virginia receive the Super Lawyers distinction and only 2.5% are recognized as Rising Stars. Selection to the Super Lawyers list provides third-party validation of their practice as attorneys.When it matter most, contact the...

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Attorney Glen Robertson Named 2018 Chairman of the Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce

January 2018

Glen M. Robertson on being named the 2018 Chairman of the Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce. Glen has previously served as the Chairman of the Chamber’s Virginia Beach Division as well as Regional Vice-Chair of Strategic Initiatives for the Chamber.

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Building Your Fortress - A New Book On Estate Planning Authored by C. Arthur Robinson, II

July 2017

WRG estate planning attorney C. Arthur Robinson has recently published a book outlining the fundamentals of how to use an estate plan to protect assets for individuals and their families. For those interested in obtaining a copy of Mr. Robinson's...

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WRG Attorney Cullen Speckhart Receives Mention In RichmondBizSense.com Article

July 2017

WRG attorney Cullen Drescher Speckhart​ is highlighted once again for her bankruptcy work by another Richmond, VA publication. You can read the full article via the link below.

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John F. Sawyer Receives Norfolk Collegiate's Alumni Service Award for 2017

April 2017

WRG attorney John F. Sawyer, class of '93, has been recognized for his efforts on behalf of Norfolk Collegiate School by receiving the 2017 Alumni Service Award. The Award for Outstanding Service recognizes an alumnus who has generously and loyally...

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HDL's liquidating trustee settles with three former executives for $28.8M

March 2017

Two Health Diagnostic Laboratory founders and a former executive have settled their way out of a $600 million lawsuit by agreeing to pay nearly $30 million and cooperate with investigators.

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