• Thomas R. Scott, Jr. and Jason D. Gallagher obtained dismissal of nineteen counts of money laundering charges based upon a challenge of the Commonwealth’s indictments on jurisdictional grounds. The argument presented in support of the dismissal was one of first impression in Virginia. Commonwealth v. Napier.
  • Robert J. Breimann obtained two favorable decisions from the Virginia Court of Appeals while acting as special counsel for the Russell County Department of Social Services. Brian Hale v. Russell County Department of Social Services and Jessica Fields v. Russell County Department of Social Services.
  • Jason D. Gallagher is rated AV Preeminent by Martindale Hubble Peer Review Rating, the highest rating available to any individual lawyer, for his legal ability and ethical standards.
  • Benjamin A. Street and co-counsel obtained $75,000,000.00 settlement on behalf of mineral owners regarding claims of unauthorized dumping in old mine works by Fortune 500 Company. Yukon Pocahontas, et. al v. Consolidation Coal Company, et  al.
  • Jason D. Gallagher obtained dismissal of Attempted Capital Murder and Solicitation to Commit Capital Murder charges due to a violation of his client’s right to a speedy trial. The charges stemmed from an alleged murder-for-hire plot. The Commonwealth subsequently appealed the case to the Court of Appeals where Benjamin A. Street and Jason D. Gallagher obtained a favorable opinion affirming the trial court’s dismissal of the charges. Commonwealth v. Keen.
  • Thomas R. Scott, Jr. selected by Virginia Lawyers Weekly as a Leader in the Law.
  • Russell Vern Presley, II obtained $250,000 settlement in premises liability case.
  • Benjamin A. Street obtained a landmark opinion from the Virginia Supreme Court regarding underground flooding of coal mines and property rights of coal lessees. Levisa Coal Company v. Consolidation Coal Company.
  • Thomas R. Scott, Jr. selected for inclusion in Super Lawyers for 10th consecutive year (2006-2015).
  • Russell Vern Presley, II and co-counsel obtained a settlement of approximately $1,000,000 for the plaintiff in a products liability case arising from a work related accident.
  • Jason D. Gallagher obtained $450,000 settlement in eminent domain case. The amount of the settlement was nearly double the amount deposited by the Commonwealth of Virginia it its Certificate of Deposit.
  • Robert J. Breimann represented Bear Archery, an international archery manufacturing company in a products liability suit brought against it. Scott Horne v. Bear Archery, et al.
  • S.T. Mullins obtained $500,000.00 settlement in wrongful death case resulting from an automobile accident with a tractor-trailer.
  • Thomas R. Scott Jr. selected by Virginia Business Magazine as one of the state’s Best Lawyers for inclusion in the Legal Elite.
  • Jason D. Gallagher obtained confidential six-figure settlement in products liability case regarding a defective folding bed.
  • S.T. Mullins obtained $300,000.00 settlement in premises liability case.
  • Robert J. Breimann protected his client’s property rights through the Virginia Supreme Court under a domestic agreement against the husband’s attacks. Stacy v. Stacy
  • Jason D. Gallagher obtained confidential six-figure settlement in products liability case regarding a defective saw.
  • Robert J. Breimann obtained reversal in the Virginia Supreme Court of a jury’s conviction verdict on a charge of armed robbery. Commonwealth v. May
  • Thomas R. Scott, Jr. and co-counsel obtained $11,000,000.00 settlement in products liability case for eight coal miners who were injured by a defective braking system on a personnel carrier utilized to transport miners underground. Boggs, et al. v. Eimco, et al.
  • Robert J. Breimann represented Industrial Carbon Corporation in the negotiation of and sale of mining, equipment, permits and assets in excess of $1,000,000.00.
  • Benjamin A. Street obtained pivotal ruling from Virginia Supreme Court regarding when criminal defendants may withdraw guilty pleas. The case was remanded to trial court where all charges were dropped. Commonwealth v. Justus.
  • Thomas R. Scott, Jr. and co-counsel obtain a federal jury award of $400,000.00 in compensatory damages in breach of contract action and insurance bad faith claim. A & E Supply Co. v. Nationwide Mutual Fire Ins. Co.
  • Thomas R. Scott, Jr. obtained a not-guilty verdict in a 9-day state capital murder trial following a triple homicide in Tazewell County, Virginia. Commonwealth v. Ealy
  • Thomas R. Scott, Jr. and co-counsel successfully prosecute Roger Keith Coleman in highly publicized state capital murder case. Commonwealth v. Roger Keith Coleman.