We are proud to serve our clients throughout the Mid-Atlantic region – Virginia, West Virginia, DC and Maryland. At the Richmond office, we have attorneys who specialize in surety, construction, litigation, estates and trusts, health care practice transactions, and bankruptcy and creditor’s rights.
Meet the Attorneys at our Richmond office!
Richard T. Pledger – Rich has practiced surety and fidelity law for over 32 years. He is licensed in, and has practiced in, all of the state and federal courts of Virginia, including the bankruptcy courts. Rich has been heavily involved in the surety industry participating in leadership roles, writing extensively and giving presentations. For three decades Rich has represented surety and fidelity clients in all types of matters including: performance and payment bonds, financing, tender, takeover, bankruptcy, bid bonds, indemnity and salvage, coverage issues, estate matters, financial transactions, procurement contracts, and miscellaneous and commercial bonds. Rich received his juris doctor degree from the William and Mary Law School and his undergraduate degree from the University of Virginia.
Thomas J. Moran – Tom has practiced law for over 13 years. He is licensed in state and federal Courts of West Virginia, Virginia and Maryland. He has litigated matters in all state and federal courts where he is licensed and he regularly appears in the bankruptcy courts in Virginia and West Virginia. Tom has extensive experience in all aspects of surety law including fidelity bonds, commercial bond matters, performance and payment bond disputes, takeovers, tenders, financing and indemnity actions. Tom also has extensive experience in construction litigation, commercial litigation, intentional torts, defamation, health care transactions, estate administration & litigation, and creditors’ rights. He is committed to finding practical solutions when possible and he has a proven track record of positive results in the courtroom. Tom is a graduate of Cornell University and the University of Richmond School of Law.
Justin A. Thatch – Justin has practiced law for 4 years including, serving as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable John P. Davey of the Circuit Court for Prince George’s County, Maryland. He is licensed in the state and federal courts of Virginia and Maryland. He received his law degree from William & Mary Law School and was the Senior Articles Editor for the William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal. Justin earned his bachelor’s degrees in both History and Political Science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he graduated with Highest Distinction.
We are located in Richmond, Virginia at
301 Concourse Boulevard Suite 120 West Shore III Building, Glen Allen, VA 23059