Since earning his Juris Doctor from the American University Washington College of Law in 1975, Ira Saul has built his reputation in the legal community. The recipient of the President’s Award from the Fairfax Bar Association, Ira Saul remains committed to providing continuing education and awareness regarding the… Read More
Since earning his Juris Doctor from the American University Washington College of Law in 1975, Ira Saul has built his reputation in the legal community. The recipient of the President’s Award from the Fairfax Bar Association, Ira Saul remains committed to providing continuing education and awareness regarding the law. Ira Saul has lectured on topics relating to real property law, information technology and other legal matters to continuing legal education seminars, graduate programs at George Mason University, and Northern Virginia Community College, as well as to trade associations such as the Northern Virginia Apartment Association and the Institute of Real Estate Management.
Ira Saul has also been recognized on two separate occasions by the Institute of Real Estate Management and awarded Certificates of Achievement in recognition of his significant service. A member of the Virginia State Bar, the Fairfax Bar, and the Northern Virginia Apartment Association, Ira Saul provides legal counsel through his private practice, Ira S. Saul, PLC, located in Fairfax, Virginia.
Over the last 30 years, Ira Saul has represented a range of clients, including brokers and salespersons, real estate developers, banks, mortgage companies, credit unions, buyers, sellers, lenders, original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), value-added resellers, software distributors, satellite imagery providers, vendors of professional computer services, and many other companies and individuals.
Focusing on real property and information technology cases, Ira Saul has litigated on a variety of matters. In January 1989, Ira Saul served as an attorney for a small Fairfax County neighborhood, arguing against the installation of a paved road in the rural, equestrian community on the grounds that the gravel road provided a protective boundary. Ira Saul has prevailed in a complex ejectment case, trying title and possession issues relating to a Fairfax County mansion that had been converted into an assisted living facility. In other cases involving real property, Ira Saul has represented parties in matters of landlord/tenant disputes, environmental issues, premises liability issues, and condemnations. To learn more about the services offered by Ira S. Saul, PLC, visit www.saulaw.com. Read Less