Practice Areas

Do you need the help of an experienced attorney? Goodman Allen Donnelly is a premier law firm with four Virginia locations that employ a collaborative approach to win cases.

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About The Firm

Goodman Allen Donnelly was founded in 1998 by eight law firm partners with decades of experience in the courtroom. The law firm has since grown to a team of more than 20 attorneys that are ready and willing to serve clients in Virginia in and out of the courtroom.
We provide a broad range of legal services for our clients no matter how big or small – from individuals and small businesses to worldwide corporations – Goodman Allen Donnelly is here to help. With four locations across Virginia in Richmond, Norfolk, Charlottesville, and Williamsburg, our law firm is here to serve our clients with a collaborative approach that makes you, the client, part of a winning team in the courtroom.

Our Locations

Goodman Allen Donnelly has a well-established reputation in Virginia as a premier law firm. Our law firm has four locations – Richmond, Norfolk, Charlottesville, and Williamsburg – with more than 20 attorneys on staff that can handle a broad range of legal questions and cases for our clients.

Contact Goodman Allen Donnelly today for information on our practice areas in Virginia! 

Recent Blog Articles

  • Super Lawyers 2024

    We are thrilled to announce that several of our outstanding lawyers have been recognized in the 2024 edition of Super Lawyers! Michael Goodman and Robert Donnelly were named Super Lawyers, and Elizabeth Coleman was recognized as a Rising Star.  This prestigious honor is a testament to their exceptional legal skills, dedication to clients, and contributions to the legal profession. Congratulations to […] Continue Reading

  • FTC non-compete
    New FTC Final Rule Bans Most Non-Compete Clauses in Employer Agreements

    By: Elizabeth Coleman On April 23, 2024, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) voted 3-2 to issue a Final Rule banning non-compete clauses in employment agreements. Non-compete clauses place limitations on workers pursuing certain employment opportunities after their employment contract ends and are generally used to protect investments in employees and safeguard proprietary information. These clauses […] Continue Reading

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