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Ten Gentry Locke Lawyers Named to Virginia Legal Elite 2003

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Gentry Locke Rakes & Moore is pleased to announce that ten of its lawyers have been named to Virginia’s Legal Elite 2003 by Virginia Business magazine.


Top lawyers from across the state are recognized in 12 separate practice categories. Winners from Gentry Locke include:


W. William Gust, Business Law and Taxes/Estates/Trusts

Bruce C. Stockburger, Health Law and Taxes/Estates/Trusts

Howard J. Beck, Jr., Bankruptcy/Creditors’ Rights

Matthew W. Broughton, Civil Litigation

Guy M. Harbert, III, Criminal Law

Charles L. Williams, Jr., Environmental Law

J. Scott Sexton, Intellectual Property

Gregory J. Haley, Legislative/Regulatory Law

W. David Paxton, Labor/Employment Law

G. Michael Pace, Jr., Real Estate/Construction


The Virginia Legal Elite are chosen annually through a survey conducted by Virginia Business and The Virginia Bar Association. More than 5,500 lawyers are polled to nominate lawyers who have demonstrated exceptional levels of expertise in their areas of practice.

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How To Help Reduce The Risk Of A Lawsuit When Terminating An Employee

Following a “good” termination process brings value to both the company and the employee. Ms. Geller informed attendees of this presentation of how to enhance their awareness of the legal process of involuntary terminations, and how to effectively prepare, plan and complete a termination to avoid unnecessary litigation. Ms. Geller addressed the following points in her presentation: Diagnosing employment situations and determine if termination is a viable option Identifying what documentation is necessary for a legal termination Planning the actual termination discussion Recognizing potential employee reactions and prepare appropriate responses

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