Welcome to The Martin Conway Law Firm
The Martin Conway Law Firm has the experience and professionalism to tackle the challenging legal problems of today’s world. We endeavor to provide high quality legal services at a reasonable price for individuals and small businesses, and we strive to achieve the same level of excellence and personal care that we would expect if we were clients.
Using updated business practices, The Martin Conway Law Firm serves clients from Leesburg south to Richmond, and Warrenton east to Urbanna. Our main office is located in Woodbridge, Virginia.
The Martin Conway Law Firm is a law firm of established attorneys who have the experience and professionalism to tackle the challenging legal problems of today’s world, all the while maintaining a friendly and congenial atmosphere in which more complex legal matters can be discussed and resolved. We strive to achieve the same level of excellence and personal care that we would expect if we were clients.
About Mr. Conway
Mr. Conway can serve your needs efficiently, competently and affordably. He started out in the Fairfax County Circuit Court as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Gerald B. Lee in 1992. Since that time Mr. Conway has successfully represented clients with a variety of legal issues.
Mr. Conway has a significant amount of litigation experience in three particular areas: residential construction litigation; fraud actions, including civil conspiracies, and real estate-related litigation. Mr. Conway has a paperless office and utilizes practice management software, which allows him to maintain continuous email communications with his clients, to file and manage documents efficiently, and to plan and execute litigation strategies.
Emphasizes Bankruptcy and litigation in the following areas: construction, civil fraud, real estate, business, contract, and condemnation.
- District of Columbia
- United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia
- United States Court of Appeals for Fourth Circuit
- U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia
- Law Clerk to the Honorable Gerald Bruce Lee, Judge, 19th Judicial Circuit, Commonwealth of Virginia, 1992-1993
- Barrister, George Mason American Inn of Court
- Chair, (2000 – 2002), Legislative Committee of the Fairfax Bar Association, Vice-Chair, (1998 – 2002) of the Legislative Committee of the Fairfax Bar Association
- Member, Moot Court Board (1991-1992)
- President’s Award from the Fairfax Bar Association for Outstanding Services, 2001-2002
- In re Padula (Bankr. E.D.Va., 2015)
- In re Criscuolo (Bankr. E.D.Va., 2014)
- In re Birts (Bankr. E.D.Va., 2012)
- In re Vincent, 77 UCC Rep.Serv.2d 128, 468 B.R. 802 (Bankr. E.D.Va. 2012)
- In re Williams, 475 B.R. 489 (Bankr. E.D.Va. 2012)
- Brin v. A Home Come True, Inc., 74 Va. Cir. 45 (Fairfax Co. 2007)
- Foster v. Edwards, 72 Va. Cir. 222 (Fairfax Co. 2006)
- White v. Caudle, 65 Va. Cir. 377 (Fairfax Co. 2004)
- Lucas v. Thompson, 61 Va. Cir. 44 (Fairfax Co. 2003)
- Davis v. D.R. Horton, Inc., 63 Va. Cir. 621 (Fairfax Co. 2002)
- Kieft v. Becker, 58 Va. Cir. 171 (Fairfax Co. 2002)
- In re Diane L. Tribby, 241 B.R. 380 (E.D. Va. 1999)
- TransDulles Center, Inc. v. Sharma, 252 Va. 20 (1996)
- Adams v. Central Fidelity, 38 Va. Cir. 14 (Fairfax Co. 1995)
- Primoff v. Stewart Title Guaranty Co., 33 Va. Cir. 225 (Fairfax Co. 1994)
- Real Property Foreclosure: A Step-By-Step Workshop (9/16/2009)
- Real Estate Litigation in Virginia (10/8/2008)
- Real Estate Transactions Made Painless and Efficient (9/15/2008)
- Minimizing Liability in the Real Estate Broker/Client Relationship (8/26/08)
- Real Estate Litigation in Virginia (10/11/2007)
- Landlord and Tenant Law in Virginia (10/18/2007)
- Property Law, 31 Univ. of Richmond Law Review, 1145 (1997). (co-author with Ms. Pesner)
- “The Virginia Property Owners Association Act lacks Clarity Concerning Incomplete Disclosure Packages,” 23 Fee Simple (May 2003)
- “A Tardy Seller Cannot Escape the Consequences of Her Late Performance by Relying Upon the Virginia Doctrine of Merger”, 20 Fee Simple 2 (May 2000)
- “True or False — Does a General Warranty Deed Necessarily Include English Covenants of Title?”, 16 Fee Simple 2 (May 1996). (co-author with Ms. Pesner)