Philip Carter Strother is the Founder and Managing Partner of Strother Law Offices, PLC.
Mr. Strother has extensive experience with complex litigation. His litigation experience has been acquired in administrative tribunals, and federal and state trial and appellate courts, including the Virginia Supreme Court and the U.S. Court for Appeals for the 4th Circuit. Mr. Strother is also duly admitted and qualified as an Attorney and Counselor of the Supreme Court of the United States.
As lead counsel in three land use cases before the Virginia Supreme Court, Mr. Strother successfully represented the interests of clients in complex land use litigation. He handles a wide variety of land use and zoning transactions and has successfully represented clients before the Board of Supervisors and Board of Zoning Appeals in multiple jurisdictions in the Commonwealth.
Mr. Strother also serves as general counsel to many Virginia farm wineries. He has been instrumental in the development of legislation to promote the economic viability of the Virginia Wine Industry, including drafting legislation, testifying before General Assembly committees and serving as a participant of the Secretary of Agriculture and Forestry’s Virginia Wine Industry Study Group. He has also successfully represented clients before the Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Control Board on numerous occasions.
View Philip Carter Strother’s curriculum vitae here.