Virginia law firm changes its name
The law firm Goodman Allen & Filetti PLLC, which has offices in Richmond, Norfolk and Charlottesville, has changed its name to Goodman Allen Donnelly.
The change recognizes the contributions of Robert F. Donnelly, a founding member of the firm, who now becomes a named member. He has focused his 27-year career on defending physicians, hospitals and other health care professionals sued for medical malpractice in Virginia courts
Also reflected in the name change is the departure of Dante M. “Dan” Filetti, a founding member who was based at the Norfolk office. He is leaving the firm to explore new opportunities.
The firm also has announced an expansion of its practice areas and the addition of several new attorneys.
E. Duffy Myrtetus has joined the firm as a member. He has a broad transactional and litigation practice and is a member of the Virginia and Florida bars.
Myrtetus is a former chair of the Real Estate Section of the City of Richmond Bar Association, a past president of the Out-of-State Practitioner’s Division of the Florida Bar, a former chair of the Florida Bar’s Council of Sections, and currently serves on the Florida Bar’s Board of Governors.
Also joining the firm are Martha Weis as an associate and Ashley E. Mullen and Taylor D. Brewer as senior associates. Weis works with both the intellectual property and transactional teams while Mullen and Brewer have joined the litigation team.
Goodman Allen Donnelly has 29 attorneys at its three offices.