Bean, Kinney & Korman, PC

2300 Wilson Boulevard Suite 700
Arlington, VA 22201, United States

  • 703.525.4000
  • 703.525.2207

Protecting Your Brand: A Gift Not Reserved for the Holidays

As we enter the holiday season, one thing that all construction industry professionals can agree on is that brand protection is a gift whose usefulness never ceases. You understand the significance of it. Your logo may appear on…more
| Commercial Law & Contracts, Construction Law

Construction & Land Use Newsletter - December 2014

In This Issue: - Protecting Your Brand: A Gift Not Reserved for the Holidays - Amendment to the Interstate Land Sales Full Disclosure Act - Changes are Coming to ISD - Arlington’s New LEED…more
| Commercial Law & Contracts, Construction Law, Environmental Law, Zoning, Planning & Land Use, Real Estate - Residential

Amendment to the Interstate Land Sales Full Disclosure Act

Changes to the Interstate Land Sales Full Disclosure Act will be effective March 29, 2015. These changes will exempt condominium developers from the filing and registration requirements of the Interstate Land Sales Act. This…more
| Commercial Law & Contracts, Construction Law, Real Estate - Residential

Changes are Coming to ISD

Changes may be on their way to Arlington County Inspection Services Division, according to Shahriar Amiri. Early this month, Mr. Amiri, director of Inspection Services for Arlington County, addressed NAIOP-Arlington and…more
| Construction Law, Zoning, Planning & Land Use

Arlington’s New LEED Standards

On November 15th, the County Board of Arlington County voted 4-1 to adopt a revised incentives policy for its green building standards. While technically a “voluntary” component of 4.1 Site Plan applications, the County has…more
| Construction Law, Energy & Utilities, Environmental Law, Real Estate - Residential, Real Estate - Commercial

Wills, Trusts and Estates Newsletter - December 2014

In This Issue: - Managing Your Online Presence after Death - Estate Planning Questions: Naming a Beneficiary to your Accounts - Looking for a New Acronym? Try QLAC - Excerpt from Estate Planning…more
| Finance & Banking, Taxation, Wills, Trusts, & Estate Planning

Estate Planning Questions: Naming a Beneficiary to your Accounts

Why not just add a child or loved one to your accounts? We often see instances where an elderly parent has added the name of a child or other loved one to their bank accounts, CDs or brokerage accounts. Normally the…more
| Finance & Banking, Taxation, Wills, Trusts, & Estate Planning

Looking for a New Acronym? Try QLAC

What's a QLAC? Effectively, it is a Qualified Longevity Annuity Contract that's owned by a traditional IRA or 401K plan…more
| Finance & Banking, Taxation, Wills, Trusts, & Estate Planning

Managing Your Online Presence after Death

As we become an increasingly technology-dependent society, so much of what we do is online. Between email, Facebook, photos, music and documents stored online or in the cloud, most of us will have built a considerable online…more
| Communications & Media Law, Science, Computers, & Technology, Wills, Trusts, & Estate Planning

Business Law Newsletter - November 2014

In This Issue: - Look Before You Click “Agree”: The Importance of Negotiating Your Company’s Software License Agreements - Fraud in Virginia - Common Myths about Copyright and the Internet - Excerpt from…more
| Civil Procedure, Commercial Law & Contracts, Business Torts, Intellectual Property, Science, Computers, & Technology

Fraud in Virginia

Fraud cases in Virginia are not only difficult to prove, but can also be challenging to plead. The well-established standard that fraud must be pleaded with particularity diverges from the “notice pleading” test that permits…more
| Civil Procedure, Commercial Law & Contracts, Business Torts

Look Before You Click “Agree”: The Importance of Negotiating Your Company’s Software License Agreements

People sometimes forget that when you click “I Accept” or “I Agree”, you are entering into a legally-binding contract with the software company or website owner. And usually, the terms of the contract are extremely one-sided in…more
| Commercial Law & Contracts, Science, Computers, & Technology

Common Myths about Copyrights and the Internet

Myth: If it’s on the Internet, it’s in the public domain. Mostly False. “Public domain” refers to works which are NOT protected by copyright law. There are only three ways in which something can be considered…more
| Communications & Media Law, Intellectual Property, Science, Computers, & Technology

Protective Orders in Virginia

As I am writing this article, it is the day after the first week of NFL football games. The sole topic on the cover of sports websites, discussed on sports radio shows and covered on ESPN and other sports channels is the video…more
| Civil Remedies, Criminal Law, Family Law

Construction & Land Use Newsletter - September 2014

In This Issue: - Water, Water, Everywhere - D.C. Office of Planning Takes a Stand Against Pop- Ups with New Zoning Text Amendment - Excerpt from Water, Water, Everywhere: Despite the lingering effects…more
| Construction Law, Zoning, Planning & Land Use, Real Estate - Residential
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