Jeffrey is a skilled trial lawyer who has developed, adopted and refined trial techniques that provide clients with representation of the highest quality. Handling a broad range of jury and non-jury trials, including complex business disputes, non-compete litigation, injunction hearings, eviction proceedings and serious criminal matters, Jeffrey has the experience to know what it takes to prepare for and win a case. He also brings strong litigation knowledge and trial skills with him to the transactional aspect of his practice. His contract drafting and business advice is provided with the authority and knowledge of what actually happens inside a courtroom. He has negotiated with and litigated against the most combative of opponents.
American Bar Association (Member, Litigation Section; Member: Criminal Litigation Committee; Commercial and Business Litigation Committee); Fairfax Bar Association (Member, Criminal Law Practice Section).
Walter B. Chandler American Inn of Court; Farmers Insurance Group of Companies; and, Capital Area Collection Managers. Topics: Eviction Procedures for Commercial Landlords; Attorney Fee Issues – Creditors’ Providing Special Benefit to the Bankruptcy Estate; How to Choose a Collection Attorney; Automatic Stay Issues – Mechanic Liens and Foreclosures; and, Bankruptcy Basics.
PS Bus. Parks, L.P. v. Deutsch & Gilden, Inc., 2013 Va. LEXIS 129 (2013); Quincy Plaza, L.C. v. Merrikh, 463 Fed. Appx. 185 (4th Cir. 2012); Xyrous Communs., LLC v. Bulgarian Telecomms. Co. AD, 74 Fed. R. Serv. 629 (E.D. Va. 2009); Kim v. Kim (In re Kim), Case No. 08-10384-SSM, Chapter 7, Adversary Proceeding No. 08-1126, UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA, ALEXANDRIA DIVISION, 2008 Bankr. LEXIS 4022, July 9, 2008, Decided, July 9, 2008, Filed; July 9, 2008;
Jeffrey is married with children and in his free time enjoys reading historical fiction and techno thrillers, skiing and hiking.