Willcox Savage Attorney Corina San-Marina Earns CIPP/US Certification

Willcox Savage attorney Corina San-Marina has earned the Certified Information Privacy Professional/United States (CIPP/US) credential through the...

06/13/17

Willcox Savage Welcomes New Associate

Willcox Savage is pleased to welcome Justin Guthrie to our Maritime practice group.  Justin is a 2016 graduate of Tulane University Law School,...

04/26/17

Attorneys Named in 2017 Virginia Super Lawyers & Rising Stars

Willcox Savage is pleased to announce that 29 attorneys have been recognized in the 2017 edition of Virginia Super Lawyers and Rising Stars. The...

04/21/17

Employment Law Outlook - Winter 2017

Click here for the latest issue of the Employment Law Outlook, which includes the following articles. Labor and Employment Law Under President...

02/07/17

An employer's perspective on President Trump's immigration order

Business Immigration attorney, James B. Wood, published an article entitled, An employer's perspective on President Trump's immigration order, on...

02/03/17

2016 Year in Review

Willcox Savage is pleased to share its 2016 Year in Review.Contact:  Michelle ShearonMarketing DirectorWillcox Savage

01/03/17

Willcox Savage Announces New Partner

Willcox Savage is proud to announce that J. DAVID CRAIN has been elected partner.  David practices in our Catastrophic Loss and Insurance Coverage...

01/01/17

Twenty-Five Attorneys Named as Virginia's "2016 Legal Elite"

Twenty-five attorneys from Willcox Savage have been selected as members of Virginia’s 2016 Legal Elite.Alternative Dispute ResolutionHugh...

12/13/16

New FLSA Rules Enjoined by Court

On November 22, 2016, a federal judge in Texas issued a nationwide preliminary injunction prohibiting implementation of the U.S. Department of...

11/23/16

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