Norfolk, VA. (February 9, 2016) – Vandeventer Black LLP is pleased to announce that Arlene F. Klinedinstand James C. Cosby were selected by the Virginia Law Foundation to its Fellows Class of 2016.
Created in 1983, the Virginia Law Foundation Fellows Program serves to recognize and encourage excellence in the practice of law and public service. Fellowship is limited to one percent of the Virginia State Bar’s active and associate members. Selections are made based on the recommendation of the Virginia Law Foundation’s Fellows Committee, and the unanimous vote of the Foundation’s Board of Directors. Vandeventer Black is proud to have had four partners recognized by the Foundation with this honor.
“We’re elated that Arlene and James were selected for this very prestigious and exclusive honor,” said Michael Sterling, Managing Partner. “We strive to provide our clients with great service. Our mission also includes volunteering in the communities in which we work, live and serve. It’s gratifying to be recognized for the work we provide our clients,” Sterling continued.
Klinedinst is a partner with Vandeventer Black in the firm’s Norfolk office and concentrates her practice in Labor & Employment Law. She advises and represents employers across a wide variety of industries on a broad range of labor and employment matters in court, before administrative agencies, and in the boardroom.
Cosby is a partner with Vandeventer Black in the firm’s Richmond office and practices extensively in the area of commercial litigation and arbitration. He regularly represents business and individual clients in professional liability matters, in the areas of commercial real estate, financial services, construction and development, distribution and professional service businesses.