United States: Womble Client Wins Stormwater Case In Charlottesville
Last Updated: December 10 2014

Another victory in Central Virginia for Womble Carlyle.  Last week, Albemarle County Circuit Court Judge Cheryl Higgins ruled in favor of the Shops at Stonefield (also known as Albemarle Place), finding the stormwater management plan for the shopping center was reasonable and lawful.  In so ruling, the Court denied the requested injunction and is set to dismiss the trespass and nuisance claims filed by a neighboring shopping center.  This ruling comes after a week long bench trial before Judge Higgins in June 2014.  More information about the case and the real estate development at issue is in the following article from Charlottesville Tomorrow.  Womble Carlyle attorneys Paul Kaplan and Jason Hicks represented Stonefield in this matter.

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