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Moran Reeves & Conn PC joins USLAW NETWORK as Virginia member firm
POSTED OCTOBER 17, 2022
USLAW NETWORK, Inc. names Moran Reeves & Conn PC, a complex litigation and business transaction law firm based in Richmond, Virginia, as its newest member firm representing the Commonwealth of Virginia.
“We are excited to welcome the team from Moran Reeves & Conn to USLAW NETWORK,” said Amanda Pennington Ketchum, Chair of USLAW NETWORK from Dysart Taylor in Kansas City, Missouri. “They bring a client-focused approach, which aligns well with our NETWORK, and offer deep experience and insight across a range of industries and practice areas that will make them a go-to resource when clients’ legal matters arise in Virginia.”
Moran Reeves & Conn has more than 40 attorneys and staff in its Richmond office and offers a wide array of practice areas. The firm’s primary contacts with USLAW are C. Dewayne Lonas, Martin A. Conn and Shyrell A. Reed (pictured L-to-R above).
“We are delighted to join USLAW NETWORK and to partner with so many top-ranked firms across the country,” said Lonas, a shareholder at Moran Reeves & Conn and the firm’s primary contact for USLAW NETWORK. “We have no doubt our clients will benefit substantially from our membership in USLAW NETWORK and the access they now enjoy to the outstanding partner firms that comprise the network.”
About Moran Reeves & Conn PC
Moran Reeves & Conn specializes in complex litigation involving product liability defense, toxic torts and environmental litigation, transportation defense, commercial litigation, construction litigation, premises liability defense, professional liability, health care, medical liability defense, employment disputes and workers’ compensation. In addition to its litigation practices, Moran Reeves & Conn PC has a robust business transactional practice, which includes representation of clients in large-scale complex corporate, securities and commercial real estate transactions, entity formation and structuring, and creditors’ rights.