Real estate and business principal, Jeremy Root, recently published an article on CCIM Institute’s website. Entitled “Gross-Up Provisions - Tenants benefit from having fixed variable costs,” Mr. Root explains how the gross-up provision works in commercial real estate leases.
Peter S. Everett, a principal at Blankingship & Keith, recently presented a session on "Mastering the Use of Literature in TBI Cases" at the Brain Injury Retreat hosted by the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association. The CLE accredited program was given over two days in early November at the Omni Hotel in Richmond, VA. If you would like to discuss his presentation, please contact Peter at firstname.lastname@example.org or 703.691.1235.
By: Peter Vieth, Virginia Lawyers Weekly
A Northern Virginia lawyer says he hopes to leverage his firm’s litigation against child care facilities to push for reforms to prevent children from becoming sexual abuse victims.
In the midst of trial preparation in one case of alleged child sexual assault, and showcasing a separate $22 million suit based on similar allegations, Peter S. Everett of Fairfax says he plans to focus attention on the need for better day care practices.
Fairfax, VA - On May 14, 2015, Peter Everett and Chidi James, trial lawyers and principals with Blankingship & Keith, were part of a team that conducted an all-day workshop at George Mason University for crime victim advocates from Northern and Central Virginia.
Fairfax, VA - The law firm of Blankingship & Keith, P.C., is pleased to announce that 16 of its attorneys have been selected for inclusion in the 2015 edition of Virginia “Super Lawyers” in a number of practice areas. David R. Clarke and John A.C. Keith, principals in the firm, also earned the distinction of being included in the “Top 100 Virginia Super Lawyers 2015.”
Fairfax, VA – David R. Clarke, a principal with Blankingship & Keith, P.C., has been named a Fellow in the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers – one of only 1600 lawyers in the U.S. to hold this credential. Membership in the organization indicates the highest degree of professionalism and excellence in the practice of family law.
Blankingship & Keith Strengthens Litigation Team with Addition of Kevin DeTurris and Brian R. Sanderson
Fairfax, VA – Kevin DeTurris and Brian R. Sanderson have joined Blankingship & Keith, P.C. as counsel, strengthening the firm’s litigation team and services.
“We are pleased to welcome Kevin and Brian to Blankingship & Keith,” said William Carey, managing principal for the firm. "Their wealth of litigation experience, specifically in the areas of real estate and health care, enhances our firm's capabilities to better serve our clients in these industries."
We are pleased to announce that eleven of our attorneys have been named to the 2014 Virginia’s Legal Elite.
A recent and notable eminent domain action is the topic of an article by Paul Terpak and Laurie Kirkland, attorneys in the Eminent Domain and Condemnation practice at Blankingship & Keith, on “Limits on Consideration of Mandatory Dedications in Eminent Domain” in the fall 2014 issue of Fee Simple, the newsletter of the Virginia State Bar Real Property Section.