Virginia Super Lawyers 2011 has recognized the following lawyers as the "Top 50" lawyers in the state.

Allan G. Donn concentrates his practice in the areas of partnerships and limited liability companies, taxation and estate planning. He lectures and writes on those subjects, including numerous articles for The Journal of Passthrough Entities. He is the editor of Limited Liability Companies in Virginia (3d ed. 2008) and is the author of Practical Guide to Limited Liability Companies in State Limited Liability Company and Limited Liability Partnership Laws.

Thomas G. Johnson, Jr. represents real estate developers, large private landowners and others on joint ventures, acquisition and development, conveyance and financing of commercial real estate properties of every type. He also represents companies with regard to corporate governance and corporate finance, including public securities offerings, entity structuring considerations, establishment of holding companies, establishment of ESOP's, purchase and sale of businesses and mergers and joint ventures with other corporate partners.

Ross C. Reeves represents lenders and other creditors, creditors' committees, and business debtors in workout negotiations and chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization proceedings, most recently serving as counsel to the unsecured creditors committee in the Michael Vick bankruptcy. He is the Group Leader of the firm's Bankruptcy/Creditors' Rights practice.

Conrad M. Shumadine had the second highest point total of all Virginia lawyers. Conrad has extensive commercial litigation experience in numerous areas, including media law and first amendment issues, land use litigation, commercial lease disputes, municipal law, banking law, appellate law, and has nationally recognized expertise in antitrust and trade regulation matters. He has served as special antitrust counsel to eight media companies.

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