Gammon & Grange, P.C. is delighted to announce the addition of Ashley Tuite and Matthew Szymanski to the firm’s ownership. Ashley and Matthew join Chip Grange, Nancy LeSourd, Wray Fitch, Scott Ward, and Steve King in leading the firm into the next decade of providing legal services to a broad range of valued clients.
Ashley first came to G&G as a paralegal in 2007, prior to taking the dive into law school. After law school and a year in Denmark, she returned to G&G as an associate attorney in 2013. Ashley primarily serves in G&G’s tax-exempt organizations practice, advising numerous clients on nonprofit corporate, tax-exempt compliance, and employment matters. Ashley has participated on nonprofit organization boards and has been active in various charitable and civic causes. Ashley and her husband Tyler reside in Richmond, Virginia with their three children.
This is also Matthew’s second stint at G&G. After serving on our litigation team in the 1990s, Matthew worked on Capitol Hill for several years before moving to Shanghai to work for China’s largest semiconductor company. He was in China for seven years managing his company’s international public and government relations and export control compliance. On his return to G&G, he is developing an export control practice focused on China-related business as well as contributing to our exempt organizations and religious liberties practices. Matthew and his wife Susan reside in Warrenton, Virginia, and have a son and daughter attending graduate school.
Since 1977 Gammon & Grange, P.C. has been providing clients with quality professional legal services in a caring and ethical manner while zealously guarding their legal interests. Gammon & Grange, P.C.’s attorneys represent and advise corporations, businesses, nonprofit organizations, churches and religious ministries, radio and television companies, trade associations, and individuals in a wide variety of legal areas. For over 40 years we have been earning our reputation for excellence through a proven track record of successful outcomes.