Associations

Redmon Peyton & Braswell advises trade associations and professional societies, as well as charitable and educational foundations on a wide range of legal issues, including board governance, the management of trade shows and events, web site development, antitrust, tax, election and lobbying laws, and the other issues that affect daily operations, such as state employment laws, real estate, leasing, and local tax exemptions.

Our many years of participation in non-profit organizations enable us to provide our clients with innovative solutions as well as counseling that recognize practical management, political and business considerations. Our attorneys also assist our clients by giving speeches, writing articles, serving on boards and committees, and offering their time and resources to various non-profit events and initiatives.

Gant Redmon and his wife, Fran (a former member of the Virginia Commission for the Arts), sponsored a non-profit board member training session in co-operation with the Alexandria Volunteer Bureau; the program was aptly named “Springboard” and provided volunteer prospective non-profit board members basic training in governances responsibility and fundraising.

Special events law has evolved as a niche capacity from Mr. Redmon’s experience with interactional Congresses and Presidential Inaugurals.

Robert Gants led government affairs for the National Constructors Association and for the Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers.

Senator Robert Calhoun is a former member of the Virginia State Senate and Alexandria City Council and has been a member of the Washington Metropolitan Airports Board and brings lots of experience in representation before legislative and regulatory bodies in Virginia.


Please Note: Results in a particular case depend upon a variety of factors unique to each case. Case results do not predict similar results in any future case. No attorney-client relationship is formed until you meet with us and agree to terms of the representation.