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Flippin and Densmore move to Gentry Locke

Two big names in Roanoke’s legal community have changed addresses.

Frank Flippin and Doug Densmore, late of the firm that bears their names – LeClairRyan Flippin Densmore – have joined Gentry Locke Rakes & Moore LLP.

Both attorneys were founding members of Flippin Densmore Morse & Jessee, which was established in 1996. That firm merged with Richmond-based LeClairRyan in 2004 to become LeClairRyan Flippin Densmore.

Both men are business lawyers and Gentry Locke’s managing partner, Mike Pace, said in a release that their addition “greatly expands the depth and breadth of the firm’s expertise in all areas of business law.”

Flippin also is a past president of the Virginia Bar Association and past chair of the Virginia State Bar’s Business Law Section.

Densmore, who practices in the areas of corporate banking and securities law, has been a member of the Treasury Board of the Commonwealth of Virginia since 2005.

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