Willcox Savage's practice groups and attorneys are recognized in the 2017 edition of Chambers USA. The Products Liability Litigation group is named a leading practice in Virginia. Chambers USA also designates the Real Estate group as a leading practice in Southern Virginia.

In addition, Chambers USA names the following attorneys as leading practitioners in their respective areas of law.

Bruce T. Bishop (Litigation):  Recognized nationally for his defense of toxic torts and products liability claims. He is regularly called on to address complex medical issues associated with toxic tort litigation in courts throughout the United States.

Bruce T. Bishop leaves market commentators “impressed with his courtroom savvy” and is recognized as “one of the best” for asbestos litigation. He is noted for his broad state and federal experience handling product liability and toxic tort claims. Chambers USA 2017

Robert L. Dewey (Real Estate): Represents developers, retailers, financial institutions and property owners in retail and office development projects, shopping center anchor tenant leasing, purchases and sales of commercial properties and financing transactions. He is managing partner of the firm and primarily devotes his practice to commercial and office financing and development.

Robert L. Dewey maintains a strong reputation in the Virginia Beach and Norfolk area. He has extensive experience in the leasing, sale and financing of commercial and mixed-use properties. Chambers USA 2017

Thomas C. Inglima (Corporate/M&A): Focuses his practice on mergers and acquisitions, venture capital and securities transactions, intellectual property, and licensing and technology transfers, including advising on matters of corporate governance.

Thomas G. Johnson, Jr. (Real Estate): Represents real estate developers, large private landowners and others on joint ventures, acquisition and development, and financing of commercial real estate properties of every type. He also represents businesses on matters of strategic planning, acquisitions, dispositions, mergers, joint ventures, financing, public securities offerings, establishment of holding companies, establishment of ESOP's, and governance.

Thomas G. Johnson advises lenders, landowners and developers on the full spectrum of commercial real estate transactions and financings, as well as corporate governance matters. Chambers USA 2017

Timothy J. Lockhart (Intellectual Property): Concentrates his practice on trademark and copyright counseling, registration and enforcement, software and technology licensing, e-commerce and other web-related issues, trade secret protection and IP litigation, arbitration and mediation. He is a member of the Board of Governors of the IP Section of the Virginia State Bar.

Timothy J. Lockhart heads the IP group at Willcox & Savage. He maintains a broad IP practice covering matters such as trademark and copyright advice and patent litigation. Chambers USA 2017

Conrad M. Shumadine (Litigation): Extensive experience in numerous areas, including land use litigation, commercial lease disputes, municipal law, and media law, and has nationally recognized expertise in antitrust and trade regulation matters. He serves as special antitrust counsel to eight media companies and regularly lectures on "Antitrust and the Media" at the Practising Law Institute's Communications Law Seminars in New York.

Interviewees say the “well-prepared and knowledgeable” Conrad M. Shumadine is the “first name that comes to mind” for his deep expertise in First Amendment litigation. He is a seasoned commercial litigator who frequently handles antitrust cases on behalf of clients from a range of industries, including media and healthcare. Chambers USA 2017

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Marketing Director
Willcox Savage
Norfolk, Virginia
(757) 628-5631


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