Event Archive: 2020

  • 12.15.2020

    2020 M&A Year in Review: Lessons Learned

    Join attorneys Philip Goodpasture, Meagan Kalantar and Larry Parker for a discussion on what they’ve seen in 2020 and what to be mindful of as we head into another uncertain year.
  • 12.03.2020

    COVID-19 Comeback Convention

    A virtual convention comprised of brief presentations tailored to meet the needs of senior executives and leaders of in-house legal departments.
  • 12.02.2020

    ULI Virginia: Emerging Trends in Real Estate 2021

    Program Details: ULI/PwC's  Emerging Trends in Real Estate is a highly regarded and widely read forecast report in North America. The 2021 edition will provide an in-depth review of the key trends and outlook in the US and Canada real estate markets. This...
  • 11.19.2020

    CLE Institute 2020

    We are pleased to present Williams Mullen Institute, a series of virtual legal education programming aimed to educate you on unique topics and help you to secure your CLE credits.
  • 11.19.2020

    CLE Institute - Environmental Risk Mitigation Strategies in Real Property Transactions

      
  • 11.17.2020

    Solar Focus 2020: Breaking Ground

    On Nov. 17-18, Williams Mullen energy attorneys Brad Nowak and Bob Riley will attend the MDV-SEIA's Solar Focus 2020: Breaking Ground virtual conference. 
  • 11.12.2020

    CLE Institute - Advertising and Customer Engagement in the Digital Age

    Join us for a program that will discuss the major regulations and potential pitfalls that exist in the digital landscape to ensure your company is ahead of the game.
  • 11.09.2020

    Bid Protest Strategy - Winning is Knowing Where to Focus

    On Nov. 5, Tony Anikeeff served as a panelist for the “Bid Protest Strategy - Winning is Knowing Where to Focus” breakout session during DHG’s 25th Annual Government Contracting Virtual Conference.  
  • 11.09.2020

    PPP & Loan Necessity

      Tony Anikeeff will serve as a Dixon Hughes Goodman Panelist, where they will be discussing ramifications of the SBA's “Loan Necessity Questionnaire’s” for borrowers of over $2M under the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP).
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