Stephen Lofaso has practiced law in Virginia since 2008. Besides being a licensed attorney, he acquired a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and English Literature from Baylor University and a Master of Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting from Drake University College of Business and Public Administration. Mr. Lofaso utilizes his multidisciplinary training and experience to maximize client value and services.
Mr. Lofaso has a record of getting positive results for his clients. He has effectively advocated and procured judgments or reached acceptable settlements for clients for claims such as breaches of fiduciary duty, conversion (civil theft), breaches of contract, civil conspiracy to injure business, tortious interference with contracts, detinue, unlawful detainer, and constructive eviction. Additionally, Mr. Lofaso has had success in advocating before the commonwealth’s highest court, the Supreme Court of Virginia. Mr. Lofaso possesses years of experience as a litigator and negotiator. This experience, and the professional credibility built with such experience, allows Mr. Lofaso to be a powerful advocate both inside and outside the courtroom.
Mr. Lofaso is also a leader and proactive member of the community. Mr. Lofaso believes an attorney has a duty to assist his community beyond the courtroom. To such end, Mr. Lofaso has been honored to serve as treasurer and director of several non-profit organizations, including the Prince William County Bar Foundation and the Haymarket Gainesville Business Association. Mr. Lofaso also holds a certificate from the Kukkiwon World Taekwondo Headquarters in Seoul, Korea, and is an assistant instructor to youth Taekwondo students in the Northern Virginia area.
The Robert & Bertha Robinson LLC v. Allen, 295 Va. 130 (2018) – The Supreme Court of Virginia overturned the Warren County Circuit Court ruling on an issue of first impression regarding jurisdiction over counterclaim appeals
Christmas Wishes v. Phillips, et. al., Prince William County Circuit Court, Case No. CL16007359-00 – Jury returned a verdict on all counts for plaintiff awarding compensatory and punitive damages for conversion, breach of fiduciary duty, and compensatory damages for breach of contract
Ross v. Keita, Prince William County General District Court, Case No. GV16002946-00 – Trial Judge granted tenant full relief from lease obligations, awarded compensatory damages for landlord’s breaches of the residential lease agreement, and awarded attorney’s fees to tenant pursuant to statute
Kimberly Reddington, Legal Assistant
- Virginia Law Reader, 2008
1 of only 32 Attorneys licensed via Apprenticeship since 2001
- Drake University, 2004
M.B.A – Concentration in Accounting
- Baylor University, 2000
B.A. – Political Science & English Literature
Bar and Court Admissions
- Virginia State Bar
- Supreme Court of Virginia
- United States District Court (Eastern District of Virginia)
- United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit
- United States Bankruptcy Court (Eastern & Western Districts of Virginia)
- Superior Court for the District of Columbia