The Business Law Section serves as a focal point for members interested in meeting other business lawyers, exchanging practice information on handling business transactions, and enhancing professionalism in the practice of business law. Annual section dues are $30 in addition to being a member of the Richmond Bar Association.
- Business Law Section Winter Social on February 26, 2020 5:30 pm
A few photos from the Business Law Section Winter Social on Wednesday, January 30th!
Practice Notes are a periodic series of articles and practice tips made available to our members on subjects of interest to Virginia business lawyers. Links to our current and past Practice Notes are set forth below. If you have an idea for a future topic, please share it with Sean P. Ducharme, Brian J. Daly or any of the other Executive Committee members whose names are set forth below.
|An Overview of Virginia Law on Electronic Signatures|
|Virginia Announces 2017 Tax Amnesty Program|
|Virtual-Only Shareholder Meetings Now Permitted in Virginia|
|Virginia LLC Update: Bankruptcy Court Refuses to Impose Fiduciary Duty of Loyalty on a Manager of a Virginia LLC|
|Virginia Corporate Law Update: Federal Court Rules in Favor of Virginia Corporation in Public Company Merger Litigation|
|Is that Interest Coupled or Naked?|
|Perfecting a Security Interest in an LLC Membership Interest in Virginia|
|The Power Paradox: Minority Shareholder Dissolution|
|Trademark License Rejection in Bankruptcy|
|Unintended Consequences of Consequential Damages Waivers|
|Directors’ and Managers’ Ability to Limit or Exclude Liability|
|Fairfax County Judge Orders Judicial Dissolution in the Face of Minority Shareholder Oppression|
|Buyer Beware: Reliance Disclaimers During Due Diligence|
|Individual Shareholder Derivative Suits and Judicial Dissolution|
|Loss Causation and Class Certification After Halliburton|
|Shareholder Inspection Rights and “Proper Purpose” in a Social Entrepreneurship Context|
|Drafting: A Solution for the Consistently Inconsistent Use of Shall|