Best Lawyers in America has named Willcox Savage lawyers Allan G. Donn, Thomas G. Johnson, Jr. and Conrad M. Shumadine as 2014 "Norfolk Lawyers of the Year" in their respective practices.

  • Allan G. Donn – Tax Law
  • Thomas G. Johnson, Jr. – Corporate Law
  • Conrad M. Shumadine – Appellate Law

Allan G. Donn concentrates his practice in the areas of taxation, partnerships and limited liability companies, and estate planning. He lectures and writes on those subjects. He is a co-author of the 2013-2014 edition of The Revised Uniform Partnership Act and the editor of Limited Liability Companies in Virginia.

Thomas G. Johnson, Jr. practices corporate and real estate law. His corporate practice focuses on the representation of companies with regard to corporate governance, corporate finance, including public and private securities offerings, establishment of holding companies, establishment of ESOPs, purchase and sale of businesses, and mergers and joint ventures.

Conrad M. Shumadine is a nationally recognized commercial litigator with extensive experience handling antitrust, trade and regulatory, banking and finance, and construction matters. He also regularly litigates First Amendment matters for clients, including defamation cases. Conrad has argued before the United States Supreme Court, the Supreme Court of Virginia, the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, and numerous lower courts.

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