Obtained trial judgment for a trustee and executor involving multijurisdictional law, preserving the assets of an estate and trust from being taken in total by a third party. Two years later successfully defended executor’s and trustee’s right to remain a fiduciary in a subsequent lawsuit brought by a beneficiary.


Brokered multiparty settlement agreement between three defendants and three additional interested parties to resolve a high value real estate sales contract dispute for an executor.

Obtained court ordered settlement in multiparty estate litigation matter resolving administration of an estate that had been pending for nearly nine years.

Achieved voluntary resolution after 13 hour mediation for client trustees and executors.

Obtained judgment in federal court at trial for a high compensation sales manager for past due commissions under a unilateral unwritten contract theory.

Obtained judgment in a federal court jury trial as part of trial team in a commercial contract matter resulting in a verdict for clients of nearly $1,000,000 including a judgment for attorneys’ fees.

Written opinions with substantial involvement include:

Miller v. Brown, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, 462 F.3d 312 (4th Cir. 2006).

Miller v. Brown, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, 503 F.3d 360 (4th Cir. 2007).

Buffalo Wings Factory, Inc. v. Mohd, E.D. Va., 2008 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 86360, (E.D. Va. 2008).

Dodge v. CDW Government. Inc., E.D. Va., 2009 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 48015, (E.D. Va. 2009).

​Rains v. East Coast Towing and Storage, 820 F.Supp.2d 743 (E.D. Va. 2011).

​Root v. County of Fairfax, Record No. 12-2545 (4th Cir. 2013) (unpublished).

​LaRosa v. LaRosa, Record No. 13-1459 (4th Cir. 2014) (unpublished). 

About Paul

Having learned to practice law in a wide range of areas, Paul developed a strong awareness of the interplay between the rules of court, the human side of dealing with judges and jurors, and fashioning relief specific to his clients.  Paul seeks new challenges posed by changes in the law, complex procedural hurdles, and unusual facts.


Each individual has facts and needs specific to the client, and Paul is focused on figuring out how best to meet each client's unique needs.


In addition to trial litigation, Paul's experience in appellate matters spans both federal and state courts.  He is a former adjunct professor of law in appellate writing at George Mason University School of Law.


Paul is a writer on civil procedure and political issues, and is at the forefront of monitoring and utilizing legislative changes.


Paul lives with his wife and son in western Fairfax County.


Courts of Admission

  • Supreme Court of Virginia, and all lower courts of the Commonwealth of Virginia
  • U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia
  • U.S. District Court for the Western District of Virginia
  • U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit


J.D. 2005

George Mason University School of Law


Paul is a long time Blogger on legal and political issues.  His work can be found at:

Northern Virginia Lawyer (Owner-Operator)

The Bull Elephant (Contributor)

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Commercial, Property, and Estate Litigation

Legal help in unusual matters

 

Although the firm handles routine civil litigation matters, the primary purpose of the firm is to address the specialized needs of clients in unusual situations.


Whether you are dealing with the interpretation of a home made will in the face of angry siblings, seeking the removal of a neighbor's fence encroaching on your property line, or avoiding an injunction against the disclosure of alleged trade secrets, Prados Law, PLLC is the firm with the experience to help you navigate the court system.


Located in the heart of Reston, near the economic boom around the Reston/Whiele Silver Line Metro Station, Prados Law, PLLC is located in northern Virginia's tech corridor with easy access to the courts throughout Northern Virginia.