Willcox Savage Announces New Partner

Willcox Savage is proud to announce that Lucy Willson has been elected partner.  Lucy practices in the Asbestos and Products Liability Practice...


Small employers can help employees with individual health insurance

Willcox Savage attorneys Cher Wynkoop and Corina San-Marina recently published an article entitled, Small employers can help employees with...


Don't overlook stuff in the back of commercial lease

Willcox Savage attorney John E. Pearson recently published an article entitled, Don't overlook stuff in the back of commercial lease.


Fortis Solutions Group Receives Strategic Growth Investment from Main Post Partners

Fortis Solutions Group Receives Strategic Growth Investment from Main Post Partners.


Twenty-Five Attorneys Named as Virginia's "2017 Legal Elite"

Twenty-five attorneys from Willcox Savage have been selected as members of Virginia’s 2017 Legal Elite.Alternative Dispute ResolutionPat BlakeKevin...


The Passing of a Leader - Willcox Savage's Toy D. Savage, Jr.

We are deeply saddened to announce that our firm’s namesake and leader, Toy D. Savage, Jr., a partner at Willcox Savage, passed away on December 7,...


How to be prepared for ransomware attacks - by Corina San-Marina (CIPP/US)

Willcox Savage attorney Corina San-Marina (CIPP/US) recently published an article entitled, How to be prepared for ransomware attacks.


Willcox Savage Welcomes New Associates

Willcox Savage is pleased to welcome Brandon Bybee and Erin Vincent to our firm. Brandon is in the Asbestos Defense, Products Liability...


Bruce T. Bishop Presenting at 2017 DRI Asbestos Medicine Seminar

Bruce T. Bishop presented at the DRI Asbestos Medicine Seminar on November 2, 2017.  His presentation was entitled, Mesothelioma: Not Just a...


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