Kellie Budd

Kellie Budd

Kellie Budd
Partner
kbudd@doumarmartin.com

Kellie Budd is a Partner at Doumar Martin and focuses her practice on corporate transactions and civil litigation. Kellie has extensive experience assisting businesses at various growth stages, with different ownership structures and across many industries. She assists her clients with drafting, amending and reviewing comprehensive legal documents, as well as providing sound legal advice on a variety of matters. Her transaction experience also includes advising and representing business clients as either sellers or buyers in acquisition, merger and disposition transactions.

Kellie actively partners with clients to review and compose legal documents in a timely and efficient manner. These documents include: company policies, procedures, employee handbooks, non-disclosure and confidentiality agreements, memoranda of understanding, letters of intent, commercial leases and other transaction agreements. She further negotiates and drafts employment, non-compete, and separation agreements on behalf of her clients.

In her litigation practice, Kellie represents numerous individuals and companies in diverse litigation matters in State and Federal Court, before the Virginia Supreme Court and in various administrative hearings at the County and State level. Her litigation experience includes advocating on behalf of clients involved in multi-million dollar commercial disputes, representing property owners, litigating enforcements of employment agreements, and resolving partnership and shareholder disputes.

Kellie is often called upon to design and teach courses on contract drafting and related business law matters for attorneys and other professionals. Kellie is a member of the Fairfax Bar Association and served as Chair of its Judicial Screening Committee. She is also a former president of the Northern Virginia Black Attorney’s Association.

Kellie received her law degree from George Mason University School of Law and is a graduate of the University of Missouri-Columbia. She is licensed to practice in Virginia.