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Private Client Services Update - All is Not Lost: Copy of Will Lost by Corporate Fiduciary Admitted to Probate
Sometimes all is not lost when the Will is lost. The Code of Virginia only allows an original document meeting other statutory requirements to be probated but more and more Virginia Circuit Courts are allowing a copy of a Will to be probated if the presenter can prove that the actual original Will was not in the testator’s possession.
By Philip L. Hatchett and Private Client Services

Credit Union Legal Update - Spring 2015
- What is an IOLTA? 
- A Loan Participation Checklist: The Devil is in the Details
- Indirect Lending: Are Your Prepared to Bear the Risks? 
- Potential Legal Traps in Sweepstakes 
- Etc. Etc. Etc.
By E. Andrew Keeney and Lender Representation

Credit Union Cybersecurity Workshop
E. Andrew Keeney led a Cybersecurity Workshop at CULCT's Compliance Series: Social Media Compliance Risks on February 10, 2015.
By E. Andrew Keeney and Lender Representation

Press Releases

Christy L. Murphy Elected Member at Kaufman & Canoles
Kaufman & Canoles is pleased to announce that Christy L. Murphy has been elected a member of the firm.
About Christy L. Murphy

J. Britton Williston Awarded Virginia Bar Association Emerson G. Spies Award
Kaufman & Canoles is pleased to announce that J. Britton Williston has been awarded the Emerson G. Spies award for distinguished service to the Young Lawyers Division of the Virginia Bar Association.
About J. Britton Williston

Kaufman & Canoles Named to BTI Client Service A-Team 2015
Kaufman &  Canoles is pleased to announce the firm has been included in the BTI Client Service A-Team 2015, a designation limited to law firms that deliver unparalleled client service.


Kaufman & Canoles Represents Wheeler Real Estate Investment Trust in Initial Public Offering
Kaufman & Canoles, P.C., is pleased to announce that Wheeler Real Estate Investment Trust, Inc. (WHLR), successfully completed the initial public offering of its common shares on the Nasdaq Capital Market.
About Charles E. Land and Jonathan B. Reed

Kaufman & Canoles Represents Bank of America in Financing of New Retail at Williamsburg Pottery
Kaufman & Canoles recently served as bank counsel in connection with a $10,000,000 loan by Bank of America, N.A. to finance the development of three new retail buildings for the Williamsburg Pottery in Williamsburg, Virginia.
About Otto W. Konrad

Kaufman & Canoles Represents Taylor Farms in Conditional Use Permit Application
Kaufman & Canoles recently represented Taylor Farms Land Company, LLC in its application for a conditional use permit before the Virginia Beach City Council to allow a large scale sand borrow pit on a portion of its property.
About Ann K. Crenshaw