Best Lawyers in America has named Willcox Savage lawyers William M. Furr, Thomas C. Inglima and Samuel J. Webster as 2015 "Norfolk Lawyers of the Year" in their respective practices.

  • William M. Furr – Employment Law
  • Thomas C. Inglima – Mergers and Acquisitions Law
  • Samuel J. Webster – Railroad Law

William M. Furr chairs the firm’s Labor and Employment Law group. He represents management in all aspects of the employer-employee relationship, including wage and hour litigation, equal employment opportunity, wrongful discharge litigation, enforcement of non-competition agreements, FMLA compliance and ADA litigation.

Thomas C. Inglima chairs the firm's Corporate, Securities and Finance group. He acts as outside general counsel to a variety of national businesses with a practice focused on mergers and acquisitions, venture capital, securities and intellectual property transactions. He also advises corporations with respect to matters of corporate governance.

Samuel J. Webster is in the Transportation and Labor and Employment Law groups. He defends railroads in FELA, FRSA whistleblower, grade crossing and trespasser cases; Longshore and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act cases; and employment discrimination and Railway Labor Act claims.

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