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Virginia Chooses Living Shorelines to Protect Against Erosion

July 27, 2020

Our experienced waterfront law team dives into Virginia SB 776. Learn more about how living shorelines and erosion impact waterfront properties. Read the full article.

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Waterfront Law Team Volunteers for Hoffler Creek Wildlife Preserve in July

July 15, 2020

Learn more about the work our experienced riparian rights law team did with Hoffler Creek Wildlife Preserve. Read the full article.

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Fairfax County Case Determines Easement Holder Rights

July 10, 2020

Fairfax County court case determines riparian rights and easement rights for easement holders. Read the full article.

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Major Changes on July 1, 2020 for Flood Prevention and Protection in Virginia

July 7, 2020

Learn from our experienced waterfront law team how SB 320 and the Virginia Community Flood Preparedness Fund can help preserve waterfront property and prevent costly flooding. Read the full article.

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Helping Lynnhaven River NOW Weather the Pandemic

July 2, 2020

COVID-19's Affect on Lynnhaven River NOWOur Waterfront Law team is an active participant in Lynnhaven River NOW cleanup events. A non-profit organization, Lynnhaven River NOW relies on sponsorship and Read the full article.

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Waterfront Law Team Thrilled to Sponsor the 2020 Walk the Watershed Campaign

June 29, 2020

Chesapeake Bay Foundation 2020 Walk the WatershedBecause of COVID-19, Walk the Watershed can be done virtually. People can register online and create teams or join individually to commit to walking Read the full article.

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Enhanced Transparency In Spills Reporting in Virginia Waters Takes Effect July 1st

June 23, 2020

Amendments to Virginia code §62.1-44.5(b) and §62.1-44.19:6(b) take effect on July 1, 2020, markedly enhancing transparency in environmental reporting requirements for spills that reach state waters Read the full article.

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Poultry Processing's Effect on Economic Growth, Human Health, and the Environment

June 18, 2020

Our environmental law team examines the pandemic's effect on Accomack County, already suffering from the environmental impact of the poultry industry. Read the full article.

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Supporting Virginia's Eastern Shore Amidst COVID-19 with "Shore Delivery Corps"

June 10, 2020

Volunteering with “Shore Delivery Corps” On June 6, our waterfront law team revisited the Eastern Shore for the first time since the beginning of the pandemic. We volunteered with “Shore Delivery Read the full article.