Hampden-Sydney College (B.A., History-Political Science, 1967)
Washington & Lee University School of Law (J.D., Summa Cum Laude, 1970)
Virginia State Bar; Virginia State Bar Association (Chair Bankruptcy Section 2002-2003); Lynchburg Bar Association; Lynchburg Chamber of Commerce (Chairman of the Board 2004); Lynchburg Estate Planning Council (President 2002-2003); Virginia Conference of Commissioner of Accounts (Board Member 2008-2014); Chairman of Board (2009-2010); Board of Governors of the Virginia Bar Association (2010-2013)
Leighton Houck joined Caskie & Frost in 1970. His areas of practice include creditor’s rights law, real estate law and commercial law. He has extensive experience in representing creditors in bankruptcy matters and financial institutions in commercial litigation. Leighton has represented plaintiffs and defendants in Virginia in both Federal and State courts, as well in appellate courts. He is admitted to practice in all State and Federal Courts in Virginia, as well as in the United States Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court.
A well-respected member of the Lynchburg business community, Leighton served as Chairman of the Lynchburg Regional Chamber of Commerce in 2004.
Leighton is a graduate of the Washington & Lee University School of Law, where he was a member of the Order of the Coif, Phi Beta Kappa, and served as the Associate Editor of the Washington & Lee Law Review.
Washington & Lee University (B.A., 1968)
University of Virginia School of Law (J.D., 1971)
Lynchburg Bar Association (President, 1984-85); Virginia Bar Association; Virginia State Bar (6th District Disciplinary Committee, 1978-1981); Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission of Virginia (Member, 1992-2000; Vice Chairman 1994-1996; Chairman 1996-1998)
During the course of over thirty years practicing law in Lynchburg, Ted Craddock has established himself as a leader in the Virginia legal community. He is the former Chairman of the Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission of Virginia, the former President of the Lynchburg Bar Association, and the former President of the Lynchburg Estate Planning Council. In addition, he is listed in Best Lawyers in America.
Ted represents clients in the areas of business and corporate law, public finance, trust and estates, real estate, and litigation. He handles complex commercial transactions, mergers and acquisitions, and public financing projects
Lynchburg College (B.A., Political Science, 1972)
Shepard Broad Nova University Law Center (J.D., High Honors, 1977)
Virgina State Bar Association, Virginia Bar Association, Lynchburg Bar Association, Virginia Association of Defense Attorneys, Virginia Trial Lawyers Association
Greg Cochran has practiced law at Caskie & Frost since 1977 with concentration in the fields of workers’ compensation, insurance defense, construction litigation, motor vehicle dealer law and employment law.
He is a 1977 graduate of Shepard Broad Nova University Law Center, with high honors, where he received his Juris Doctor degree. He graduated from Lynchburg College in 1972 with a B.A. in Political Science. During his college years, he interned at Caskie & Frost during breaks and vacations in college.
Greg has been an active participant throughout the years at Trinity Episcopal Church where he has served as Senior Warden and on the Vestry of the church. He is also a Trustee of the church. His outside interests include golf, reading, and travel.
University of Tennessee, B.S., with high honors, 1986
College of William & Mary, J.D., 1989
Lynchburg Bar Association (President, 1997-1998), Virginia Bar Association; Virginia State Bar (Ninth District Disciplinary Committee, 2000-2006).
After graduating from law school in 1989, Joy Lee Price returned to Lynchburg, where she has practiced law for over 25 years. Her primary focus is on civil litigation, with a particular emphasis on divorce, child custody, and other family law related matters. She is admitted to practice in all federal and state courts in Virginia.
Joy Lee is a graduate of the University of Tennessee, where she received a B.S. with high honors. She earned her law degree from the Marshall-Wythe School of Law at the College of William & Mary.
Joy Lee is a member of the Fourth Circuit Judicial Conference, and she is a past President of both the Lynchburg Bar Association and the Family Law Section of the Lynchburg Bar. She currently serves on the Boards of Directors of the Lynchburg Humane Society, Mental Health America of Central Virginia, and Miriam’s House.
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (B.A., 1985)
Washington & Lee University School of Law (J.D., 1988)
Lynchburg Bar Association; Virginia Bar Association; Virginia State Bar; Virginia Association of Defense Attorneys; Virginia Trial Lawyers Association; Lynchburg Regional Chamber of Commerce; Lynchburg Claims Association.
Mark Peake has been practicing law in the areas of insurance defense, civil litigation, products liability, personal injury and criminal defense since 1988. He has extensive trial experience in Virginia’s state and federal courts, and he has successfully appealed a number of cases to the Supreme Court of Virginia.
An active member of the Lynchburg business community, Mark is a member of the Lynchburg Regional Chamber of Commerce, where he serves on the Legislative Affairs and Transportation Committees. He also serves on the City of Lynchburg Youth and Prevention Services Citizens’ Advisory Board.
Mark is a 1985 graduate of Virginia Tech, and he received his legal education at Washington & Lee University, where he was a member of the Washington & Lee Law Review.
University of Virginia, B.A., 1983
Washington & Lee University, J.D., 1988
Lynchburg, Virginia and American Bar Associations; Virginia State Bar.
For more than 20 years, John has represented businesses and individuals in Lynchburg and throughout Central Virginia on matters involving business, commercial transactions, real estate, and trust & estate law. John is a 1983 graduate of the University of Virginia, and he attended law school at Washington & Lee University School of Law, where he was Lead Articles Editor of the Washington & Lee Law Review. After graduating from law school, John served as a Law Clerk to Virginia Supreme Court Justices Richard H. Poff and Elizabeth B. Lacy.
He currently serves on the Boards of Directors of the Bank of the James, the Greater Lynchburg Community Trust, and Boonsboro Country Club.
University of Virginia (B.A., 1993).
University of Richmond (J.D., cum laude, 1996).
Lynchburg Bar Association (Board of Directors, 2004-2009); Virginia Bar Association (Executive Council, Young Lawyers Division, 1999-2001); Virginia State Bar (Ninth District Disciplinary Committee, 2012 - Present); Campbell County Bar Association; Virginia Association of Defense Attorneys; Federal Bar Association; Defense Research Institute; American Bankruptcy Institute.
Fred Watson has extensive experience representing individuals and businesses in complex litigation and business matters. He regularly represents his clients throughout Central Virginia in civil, commercial, construction and premise liability litigation, as well as general business law matters. He is admitted to practice before all federal and state courts in Virginia. Before coming to Caskie & Frost, he served as a law clerk for the Supreme Court of Virginia.
Fred is a graduate of the University of Virginia and the University of Richmond School of Law. While in law school, he served on the editorial board of the University of Richmond Law Review, was a member of the McNeill Law Society, and participated in the law school’s Disabilities Law Clinic.
Fred currently serves on the Virginia State Bar’s 9th District Disciplinary Committee, the board of directors of the Campbell County Rescue Squad, and the board of directors of the Lynchburg Business Development Center. He has twice received the Virginia Legal Aid Society/Lynchburg Bar Association’s Pro Bono Award, and he received the Lynchburg-Central Virginia Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Advisory Council’s 2015 Volunteer Award for his frequent presentations to law enforcement officers, firefighters, EMS providers, and other public employees on civil liability issues.
Prior to attending college and law school, Fred was a sergeant in the United States Army, where he served as a military policeman with the 2d Armored Division.
Jamerson v. Coleman-Adams Constr., Inc., 280 Va. 490, 699 S.E.2d 197 (2010)
Pressl v. Appalachian Power Co., 2016 U.S. App. LEXIS 20790 (4th Cir. 2016)
VA Timberline v. Appalachian Power Co., 343 Fed. Appx. 915, 2009 U.S. App. LEXIS 19490 (4th Cir. 2009)
Henderson v. Commonwealth Atty., 103 Fed. Appx. 760; 2004 U.S. App. LEXIS 15945 (4th Cir. 2004)
Harold v. TMC Enters., LLC, 2016 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 142928 (W.D. Va. 2016)
Johnson v. Dowling, 2013 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 25295, Bankr. L. Rep. (BNA) P82,423 (W.D. Va. 2013)
Branin v. TMC Enters., LLC, 832 F. Supp. 2d 646 (W.D. Va. 2011)
Moore v. Harrisonburg/Rockingham Soc. Servs. Dist., 2009 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 82646 (W.D. Va. 2009)
Barksdale v. Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co., 2007 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 4641 (W.D. Va. 2007)
Dawson v. Brandsberg, 2006 U.S. Dist LEXIS 73512 (W.D. Va. 2006)
Yakubu v. Atlas Van Lines, 351 F. Supp. 2d 482 (W.D. Va. 2004)
Mayberry v. Ememessay, Inc., 201 F. Supp. 2d 687, 198 A.L.R. Fed 793 (W.D. Va. 2002)
In re West, 2012 Bankr. LEXIS 6084 (Bankr. W.D. Va. 2012)
Wood v. Wooldridge Heating Air, Inc., 2008 Va. Cir. LEXIS 283 (Amherst Co. Cir. 2008)
Corp. for Jefferson’s Poplar Forest v. Dellinger, 66 Va. Cir. 486 (Campbell Co. Cir. 2003)
University of Economics, Prague, Czech Republic (B.A., International Commerce, 1996); Randolph-Macon Woman's College (1994-1995).
University of Richmond (J.D., magna cum laude, 2003)
Lynchburg Bar Association, Virginia State Bar, Virginia Bar Association.
Having practiced at Caskie & Frost since 2003, Pavlina has extensive experience representing and advising individuals and businesses in planning and transactional matters. Pavlina represents clients with estate and trust matters, administration of estates and trusts, immigration matters, business formations and negotiating and drafting documents for various business transactions. Pavlina’s practice also regularly includes business litigation, estates and trusts litigation, real estate litigation and general civil litigation. Pavlina brings her creative, energetic, practical approach to dispute resolution and her representation to achieve client’s objectives.
Pavlina is a 1996 graduate of the University of Economics, Prague, Czech Republic, where she received a Bachelor’s Degree in International Commerce. She attended law school at the University of Richmond’s T. C. Williams School of Law, where she served as a Manuscripts Editor of the Richmond Journal of Law and Technology (“JOLT”) – the nation’s first exclusively online law review and award-winning website, available at www.law.richmond.edu/jolt/index.asp. While at the University of Richmond Law School, Pavlina was inducted into the McNeill Society in recognition of her outstanding academic achievements.
In addition to her law practice, Pavlina is active in the Lynchburg community. She has served as a Marketing Chairman and a member of the board of the Junior League of Lynchburg. She currently serves on the board of Kids’ Haven, a non-profit organization working on behalf of grieving children. She is also a member of the Randolph-Macon Woman’s College Lynchburg Alumnae Chapter.
Guilford College (B.S., 2005)
Liberty University School of Law (J.D., Magna Cum Laude, 2008)
Virginia State Bar; Virginia Bar Association; Lynchburg Bar Association (President, 2015-2016); Legal Aid Pro Bono Task Force Board
Tripp Isenhour focuses his practice on litigation, including criminal, civil, and domestic litigation. Tripp is the quintessential “trial lawyer” who finds himself in a courtroom nearly every day of the week. Tripp grew up in the Piedmont area of North Carolina, but came to call the Lynchburg area home after coming to the area for law school. He attended Guilford College in North Carolina where he majored in political science and played varsity football. Tripp later attended Liberty University School of Law, graduating in that school’s second graduating class in 2008.
Tripp has tried cases in nearly every court in the Lynchburg area, and has a broad range of experience in criminal, civil, and domestic litigation. Tripp’s broad and extensive knowledge of interrelated legal topics allows him to provide comprehensive legal advice to address client’s concerns from many perspectives. One of the primary lessons Tripp’s years of litigation has taught him is the importance of listening to and understanding his client’s personal needs and desires. Most cases coming before the Court are neither completely “won” nor “lost”—they are resolved by a person the client has never met in ways they don’t understand. Every case is disruptive and personally damaging. Tripp’s strength lies in explaining complex legal procedures, then effectively understanding and zealously advocating for what the client actually cares about. No two cases are the same, and every person before the Court deserves an advocate who can both protect their rights and argue for their individual needs.
Tripp is a former president of the Lynchburg Bar Association.
Liberty University (B.S., Cum Laude, Government: Politics & Policy, 2013)
University of Richmond School of Law (J.D., 2016)
Virginia State Bar; Virginia Bar Association; Virginia Trial Lawyers Association; Energy Bar Association; American Association for Justice
Andrew Landrum joined Caskie & Frost in 2016. His practice focuses on civil and commercial litigation, business transactions, and land use and property law.
Andrew, who is a native of Roanoke, is a 2016 graduate of the University of Richmond School of Law. While in law school, Andrew served as an executive member of the Richmond Moot Court Board; as a member of Richmond’s Trial Advocacy Board; and as a member of the Richmond Journal of Law and Technology. Andrew received a number of awards in recognition of his skills as an advocate, including winning Richmond’s Virginia Trial Lawyer’s Competition, and he was inducted into the Order of Barristers, a national honors society recognizing law students who display excellence in advocacy.
He earned is undergraduate degree in Government: Politics and Policy from Liberty University in 2013. While at Liberty, Andrew was captain of the school’s nationally-successful Policy Debate Team and received the Liberty Director’s Award for excellence in debate and leadership. Andrew has used his experience in competitive debate, rhetoric, and persuasion to advise politicians and political candidates across the country.
Andrew is a published writer on topics of law and policy. As an Adjunct Fellow with the Washington D.C. policy and defense think tank, The American Security Project, he published a number of articles related to energy, security and environmental issues. He was also featured as a contributor to the American Bar Association’s 2015 Year-in-Review, discussing distributed energy generation technologies and opportunities for state regulatory development.