Thomas Hunt

Thomas Hunt is our exclusively recommended Mediation expert in Virginia on the Advisory Excellence website. If you need assistance in this area, please contact Thomas directly using the contact details listed above.

With a focus on complex commercial litigation, Thomas works with clients to find the most efficient and effective solutions to clients’ disputes so they can get back to the business of their business. Thomas advises clients in the full spectrum of dispute resolution options, from litigation to arbitration and mediation.

While in law school, Thomas served as the Executive Editor of the George Mason Law Review, in addition to serving on the Moot Court Board and the Jessup Moot Court Team. Thomas also was selected to participate in the Mason Law Supreme Court Clinic, where he drafted amicus curiae briefs for the United States Supreme Court, and assisted in the preparation of oral arguments representing the state of North Dakota in Birchfield v. North Dakota. Before joining Hogan Lovells, Thomas served in the chambers of the Honourable Judge Susan G. Braden of the United States Court of Federal Claims.

Prior to law school, Thomas Hunt served 13 years in the United States Air Force as a combat fighter pilot in the F-15C, operating out of Japan, the United Kingdom, and locations in Southwest Asia. Thomas is a graduate of the United States Air Force Academy and also has a M.S. in political science.

Firm Overview:

Hogan Lovells in Northern Virginia has 35 years of proven success in solving complex and demanding legal problems for our clients. Our industry focused teams understand the business and regulatory complexities in the aerospace and defence, automotive, health care, hospitality, telecom, satellite, and technology sectors. Diverse practice areas include antitrust, corporate, labour and employment, litigation, and government contracts.

Our corporate group is recognised worldwide for mergers and acquisitions for emerging, middle-market, and Fortune 500 companies as well as private equity and venture capital transactions.

Our litigation team works on some of the most complex and highest profile matters in the nation and is well-known for success in Virginia-based litigation. Our intellectual property lawyers handle patent, license, trademark, social media, and infringement issues for some of the world’s most prestigious companies.

Veronica D. Brown-Moseley

Veronica D. Brown-Moseley is a Shareholder at Boleman Law Firm who began her career as an intern while still in law school. In 2014, Veronica was admitted to the Virginia State Bar and began practising bankruptcy law as an attorney with the firm. She practices in the firm’s Richmond, Hampton, and Virginia Beach offices. She is the co-founder and a Board member of Brighter Tomorrows Begin Today, a non-profit organisation that focuses on helping people achieve their academic and professional goals. Additionally, she is a frequent speaker on consumer bankruptcy law-related issues.

Veronica lives in Chesterfield with her husband and two children. She enjoys kayaking, travelling and spending time with her family and friends.

Firm Overview:

Rusty’s Mission, Lived Out

G. Russell “Rusty” Boleman and his wife, Gayle founded Boleman Law Firm in 1991 with the goal of treating everyone with respect and dignity, while providing excellence in customer service and legal advice. Today, Boleman Law Firm is the largest consumer bankruptcy law firm in Virginia and one of the largest in the country. Each of our offices proudly display our pledge to our clients, The Boleman Way.

Todd Stokes

As the managing partner leading Baker Tilly’s people strategy, along with a team of people solutions professionals, I drive leading-edge practices in recruiting, learning and talent management and workplace culture. I am focused on creating a workforce like no other and developing people strategies that anticipate and adapt to the future of work.

I most recently served as managing partner of our D.C. Metro area office and am continuing to contribute as a member of the firm’s management committee; I am deeply committed to making a difference for our people, our clients, and our community. Dedicated professionals and lifelong clients are the core of Baker Tilly, and it’s through these relationships that we serve as Valued Business Advisors.

I am a licensed Certified Public Accountant, specializing in the construction and real estate industries where I work primarily with owners and financial officers, providing business consulting and accounting services to help them achieve their goals. Baker Tilly was named as a Best Place to Work by the Washington Business Journal for the last 7 consecutive years and many from our talented team have been publicly recognized for their commitment to the industry and community.

A graduate of Virginia Tech and native of Maryland, I am involved in many D.C. metropolitan associations, including serving as the past treasurer of the D.C. Building Industry Association and past treasurer of Big Brothers Big Sisters of the National Capital Area, previously served on the board of directors for the Greater Washington Board of Trade and currently still an active member, a member of The Economic Club of Washington, D.C., as well as a member of the executive council of the D.C. Students Construction Trades Foundation, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Maryland Association of Certified Public Accountants, and Virginia Society of Certified Public Accountants.

Jay Chadwick

Jay Chadwick is our exclusively recommended Commercial Property Law expert in Virginia on the Advisory Excellence website. If you need assistance in this area, please contact Jay directly using the contact details listed above.

Jay’s expertise includes (i) leasing real property, including ground lease and sale-leaseback transactions, with significant experience representing tenants in commercial office lease negotiations, (ii) purchasing and selling real property, including office, multifamily, and industrial properties, (iii) developing real property, including drafting reciprocal easement agreements, (iv) negotiating credit facilities, including secured real estate loans, conduit loans, mezzanine loans, and loans secured by receivables, (v) negotiating workouts, forbearance agreements, and other amendments to existing business relationships, (vi) interpreting condominium statutes in connection with creating, purchasing, and administering commercial and residential condominiums, (vii) identifying and resolving title insurance issues, (viii) purchasing and selling general business assets, and (ix) forming businesses and drafting agreements among business owners.

Jay’s experience includes representing non-profit organisations on a pro bono basis, and teaching other lawyers how to resolve title insurance and due diligence issues in continuing legal education courses.

Firm Overview:

The Chadwick Law Firm primarily represents clients in commercial real estate transactions. The firm’s clients include include government contractors, developers, real estate investment trusts, secured lenders, loan servicers, commercial condominium associations, infrastructure construction companies, trade associations, sophisticated investors, and other business owners.