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Litigation

Trusted Advocates of Your Rights

Lawsuits are a fact of life. When faced with one, you need an experienced litigator with the knowledge, skills and judgment to fight on your behalf. VF&N’s team of seasoned civil litigators both prosecute and defend clients in a full range of civil ligation matters, in state and federal courts and before arbitration panels, regarding the following kinds of disputes:

• Adverse Possession
• Appeals
• Business & Commercial Contracts
• Business Torts
• Commercial Leases
• Condemnation/Eminent Domain
• Conspiracy
• Covenant Not to Compete
• Creditor Rights
• Defamation
• Embezzlement
• Employment

• Engineering and Architecture
• Insurance
• Lending
• Mechanic’s Lien and Bond Cases
• Municipal
• Real Estate Covenants
• Realtors and Real Estate Agreements
• Trademarks
• Trade Secrets
• Wills and Trust
• Zoning and Land Use

“VF&N has been an integral part of our professional line up for the past seven years. When it comes down to litigation, I want no one else but Randy Frostick on my team. His legal knowledge and skills are superb and his actions on our behalf are bold, determined and effective.”

– Dan Wight – President of Mid Atlantic Construction Group

“The lawyers at VFN have been helping our construction company succeed and grow since 2010. We have worked with Randy Frostick to prepare all kinds of contracts, negotiate disputes and protect our rights in lawsuits as he has helped us with our business and employment legal issues and construction disputes. …We highly recommend Randy Frostick and Mike Vanderpool to other business owners who want the best attorneys who really care about their clients”

–Scott Walker – President of SWDB, Inc.

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