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Monthly Archives: April 2012

What are PCs and PLLCs?

If you are considering starting a business, it is a good idea to get in touch with a legal representative to ensure that you do everything properly. One of the first decisions you need to make as a prospective business owner is whether your business will be classified as a Professional Corporation (PC) or a… Read More »

The WARN Act

The WARN Act, or Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act, was enacted by Congress in 1988, but it remains vitally important today. Its basic stipulations are that businesses must notify all full-time hourly and salaried workers, union or other representatives, and local government officials at least 60 days in advance of plant closings or mass… Read More »

Work Visa Options

If you’re seeking a work visa to do business in Washington, DC, you have several different choices. These make a difference in determining what sort of work you are able to do. We urge you to contact Tobin, O’Connor and Ewing today if you need support and consultation about how to begin doing business in… Read More »

What Constitutes Breach of Contract in Washington, DC?

Many Washington, D.C. individuals and businesses enter into contractual relationships to protect the integrity of business transactions. These may include purchasing property, developing products or forming partnerships and other relationships. When this contract is violated, it may result in a situation in which both parties feel as though a wrong has been done. Tobin, O’Connor… Read More »

Options for Securing a Green Card

If you are seeking United States citizenship, you have three main routes to choose from to achieve your goals. You can seek citizenship through family attachment, through employment or investment, and through refugee or asylee status. Contact the law offices of Tobin, O’Connor and Ewing to receive expert advice to help you secure your green… Read More »

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