Maritime Attorney Dave Sump Speaks on High Seas Treaty

Leading attorney in marine pollution and riparian rights, Dave Sump will speak about “The High Seas Treaty” at the World Affairs Council of Hampton...


IP Attorney Tim Lockhart Listed Among WTR 1000

World Trademark Review’s analysis of the leading firms in United States for the DC Metro Area lists IP attorney Tim Lockhart among the WTR 1000....


Annual Willcox Savage Scholarship for Virginia Law Student Accepting Applications Through May 1

Applications for the annual Willcox Savage Scholarship are now being accepting via the Hampton Roads Community Foundation Scholarship Portal through...


Willcox Savage Announces Opening of Northern Virginia Office

Leading Virginia law firm expands its presence by adding office in Tysons, Virginia


Chambers USA Recognizes Willcox Savage in 2023 Edition

Willcox Savage's practice groups and attorneys are recognized in the 2023 edition of Chambers USA.Chambers USA designates the Corporate and Real...


Welcome Billy Jackson

Willcox Savage is pleased to welcome William Jackson, who is leading the firm’s White Collar Defense and Government Investigations Practice Group....


Welcome Kevin Cosgrove

Willcox Savage is pleased to welcome Kevin Cosgrove who is leading the firm’s Government Contracting group.  He previously practiced with Hunton...


Willcox Savage Welcomes New Attorney

Willcox Savage is pleased to welcome Dani Williams. She is an associate in the Labor and Employment group.    Prior to joining the firm, Dani...


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