James Boland, Evan Pritchard, and Ked Whitmore were recognized among Arlington Magazine’s Top Attorneys. This biannual list identifies the most talented, effective, and well-respected attorneys located in Arlington County, Fairfax County, the City of Falls Church, and the City of Alexandria.
Mr. Boland, a partner in Venable’s Government Contracts Practice, helps clients navigate complex legal issues related to their contractual relationships with both the federal government and commercial teaming partners. His practice focuses primarily on traditional government contract claims and disputes, bid protests, and prime/subcontractor commercial litigation. He also advises clients in connection with small business size/compliance, teaming and subcontracting, internal and external investigations, cost audits, and Service Contract Act (SCA) issues.
Mr. Pritchard, a partner in Venable’s Zoning and Land Use Practice, focuses on securing zoning and land use approvals for developers and landowners in jurisdictions throughout Northern Virginia, including Arlington County, Fairfax County, the City of Fairfax, and the City of Falls Church, among others. Evan advises clients on state and federal legislation and regulations that affect real estate development. He also assists clients with important changes to local jurisdictions' comprehensive plans and zoning ordinances.
Mr. Whitmore, partner-in-charge of Venable’s Tysons office and chair of the Zoning and Land Use Practice, works with clients on some of the most ambitious new developments in the Washington metropolitan area and across the country. With a focus on obtaining entitlements for new projects, he offers guidance on all the legislative, administrative, and regulatory issues that impact property development. Armed with a strong transactional background, Mr. Whitmore has advised numerous clients on the acquisition and disposition of major commercial and residential properties. He also works with both property owners and tenants to structure and negotiate commercial leases for office, industrial, and retail assets.