NATALIE M. KOSS is a litigation attorney in the firm of Henrichsen Siegel, P.L.L.C., in Washington, D.C. Ms. Koss actively litigates both commercial and employment cases. Her practice includes complex litigation of fidelity and surety matters. Ms. Koss represents insurers in subrogation claims in courts in numerous jurisdictions. She has successfully negotiated settlement agreements on behalf of corporate and individual clients. Ms. Koss also represents clients in business tort, employment disputes and copyright infringement cases. She has tried both bench and jury cases in federal and state courts. Ms. Koss earned her B.A. degree, cum laude, and her M.A. degree in political science from American University and her J.D. degree from American University Washington College of Law. She received the Dean's Award for Professional Responsibility and Outstanding Student in a Clinical Program as a student lawyer for the Glushko-Samuelson Intellectual Property Law Clinic. Ms. Koss served as a law clerk to the Honorable A. Franklin Burgess, Jr., in the Superior Court of the District of Columbia. She is a member of the District of Columbia Bar where she serves as the vice chair of the Practice Management Service Committee. Ms. Koss is also a member of the Entertainment Law Section of the District of Columbia Bar. She is a member of the American University Legal Professions Alumni Career Committee, and volunteers for the D.C. Legal Aid Society and Washington Area Lawyers for the Arts.

JUDITH A. LAMPLEY is a senior partner with Norris, Tysse, Lampley & Lakis, LLP. Ms. Lampley joined the firm in 1998, and, as part of her practice, serves as secretary and senior counsel for the Equal Employment Advisory Counsel (EEAC), a national association of more than 300 large corporations dedicated to the principle of equal employment opportunity. Her practice includes counseling in the area of corporate human resources, federal and state equal employment opportunity, and immigration compliance requirements. Ms. Lampley also serves as a consultant for Employment Advisory Services, Inc. (EASI), a consulting firm affiliated with Norris, Tysse, Lampley & Lakis, LLP, that provides direct compliance-related services to individual client companies. Ms. Lampley received her B.S. degree, summa cum laude, in business from Marymount College in Tarrytown, New York, and her J.D. degree from the George Washington University School of Law. She is admitted to practice in Virginia and the District of Columbia.

RICHARD MAYBERRY is the principal of the Mayberry Law Firm in McLean, Virginia. His areas of expertise include estate planning, estate administration and elder law. In his law practice, Mr. Mayberry assists families with wills, living trusts, powers of attorney, probate, special needs trusts, nursing home related matters, such as financing long-term care, qualification/contesting government benefits, and end of life issues, and attendant income, and gift and estate tax issues. He also has advised foundations and other tax-exempt organizations. Mr. Mayberry is a regular speaker throughout Northern Virginia and has taught continuing professional education seminars to professionals such as the Virginia Society of CPAs, National Association of Realtors (senior real estate specialist certification), and the Northern Virginia Insurance and Financial Advisors Association and bar associations on technical aspects of the law. The workshops have qualified students for continuing education credits for lawyers, accountants, real estate agents, and financial professionals. Mr. Mayberry graduated from the George Washington University Law School. He is past chair of the Estate Planning and Probate Committee and former board member and officer of the District of Columbia Bar.

MICHAEL W. TOMPKINS is senior counsel in the Alexandria law firm of Brincefield, Hartnett & Kahn, P.C., where he practices in the area of civil litigation, with a heavy emphasis on real estate litigation.  He possesses more than 17 years of experience and is currently an adjunct professor teaching computer law at George Mason University. Mr. Tompkins is a past member of the faculty of the Catholic University of America's Columbus School of Law, where he taught legal writing and research to first-year law students. He is licensed in Virginia, D.C., and Maryland, and is a member of the Alexandria Bar Association, the Virginia State Bar, and the District of Columbia Bar.  Mr. Tompkins earned his B.A. degree from Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University and his J.D. degree from the College of William and Mary.