News Archive

  • 01.19.2017

    Williams Mullen Attracts Seasoned Attorney Michael Maloney to Expanding Government Contracts...

    Williams Mullen is pleased to announce that Michael Maloney has joined the firm as a Partner in the Government Contracts practice. He will work out of the Tysons office. Mr. Maloney has more than 17 years of experience representing clients in all phases of...
  • 01.19.2017

    How Does The CFPB Actually Litigate?

    At the risk of kicking the CFPB while it’s down, a question worth asking is: how does it actually litigate once a “covered person”[1] decides to resist?  Setting aside the noteworthy PHH case, the vast majority of enforcement actions result in a complaint,...
  • 01.13.2017

    Estate Administrative Update: IRS Notice Confirms Account Transcripts May Serve as Estate Tax...

    Recently, the IRS issued Notice 2017-12, providing further guidance on ways to confirm that the IRS has closed its examination of an estate tax return.  Notice 2017-12 officially confirms what the IRS website has said for some time (and what we’ve previously...
  • 01.13.2017

    ITAR Guide for the Firearms Industry

    The U.S. firearms industry is regulated under the National Firearms Act, Gun Control Act and other federal and state firearms laws.  However there is another important area of regulation that applies to the firearms industry as well – the International...
  • 01.09.2017

    Money, Dirt and Steel: Year End 2016

    In the Matter of Foreclosure by Rogers Townsend & Thomas, __ N.C. App. ___, COA15-581 (April 15, 2016), was a Non-judicial foreclosure action commenced by the substitute trustee with the Bank alleged as the holder of the note by virtue of its acting as...
  • 01.06.2017

    Eight Williams Mullen Attorneys Named to Business North Carolina’s ‘Legal Elite’ in 2017

    Williams Mullen is pleased to announce that eight Williams Mullen attorneys have been named to Business North Carolina magazine’s 2017 “Legal Elite.” Business North Carolina sends ballots to every member of the N.C. State Bar living in North Carolina and asks...
  • 01.04.2017

    Williams Mullen Adds Trusts & Estates Attorney M.R. Litman

    Williams Mullen is pleased to announce that Mary Rennie Rowe “M.R.” Litman has joined the firm’s Estate Planning: Private Client & Fiduciary Services Practice in the Richmond office. Ms. Litman focuses her practice on estate tax planning, estate and trust...