- 5.0/5.0 (9 reviews)
Steve loves competition, whether it is in the courtroom defending property owners from overreaching governments, or just in the backyard with friends swinging a mallet at a croquet ball.
He and his wife lead a community group at their Norfolk church, teach Sunday School, and volunteer with the youth group.
Attorney, The Law Firm of Waldo & Lyle
Steve’s practice is limited to representing property owners in eminent domain proceedings and defending private property rights.
- Co-author (along with Mark D. Savin), Lost Visibility and the Right to Exclude: How Merrill’s Sine Qua Non of Property Compels Just Compensation in Takings Cases, 3 Brigham-Kanner Prop. Rights Conf. J. 71 (2014)
- Senior Notes Editor, William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal Volume 14
- Member, Virginia State Bar Young Lawyer’s Conference Professional Development Conference Committee, 2009
- Author, The Effect of Probability of Rezoning on Valuation in Just Compensation Proceedings, The Fee Simple, Vol. XX1X, No. 2, May 2009
- Co-author (along with Joseph T. Waldo), Preventing a Down Real Estate Market from Affecting Valuation in Condemnation Case, The Practical Real Estate Lawyer, Vol. 26, No. 4, July 2010
- Virginia State Bar
- Norfolk and Portsmouth Bar Association
- Young Lawyers Section Steering Committee Member, 2010-present
- I’Anson-Hoffman American Inn of Court
- Virginia Trial Lawyers Association
Civic Involvement:- Member and Volunteer Youth Group Leader, Trinity Presbyterian Church, Norfolk, Va
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