Mr. Stephen Lofaso has joined VF&N as senior associate. Stephen Lofaso is an accomplished litigator with an extensive background in business law, accounting and business litigation.
Mr. Lofaso has a consistent record of getting positive results for his clients, and as such, has effectively advocated and procured judgments or reached favorable settlements for his clients in cases ranging from breach of fiduciary duty, conversion (civil theft), breach of contract, civil conspiracy to injure business, tortious interference with contracts, detinue, unlawful detainer, and constructive eviction. Mr. Lofaso will continue his practice as part of VF&N litigation practice group.
- 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
- Virginia State Bar
- United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit
- United States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia
- United States Tax Court
- Prince William County Bar Association
- Prince William County Bar Foundation
- Mt. Kim Black Dragon Martial Arts
Stephen successfully obtained summary Judgment for our client in Prince William County Circuit Court on an issue of first impression. Namely, the inapplicability of Va. Code § 55.1-1803 to deeds of easements. The Trial court found the statute did not apply to deeds of easements and that Homeowners’ Associations cannot void preexisting easements pursuant to said statute that allows for the voiding of contracts and agreements entered into by the declarant before it turns the community over to the members of the Homeowners’ Association. Case citation is Lee Realty of Manassas, Inc. v. Heritage Crossing Homeowners’ Association, Prince William County Circuit Court, Case No. CL22006209-00 (2022).