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Monthly Archives: August 2020

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Pre-Pandemic Tax Deduction May Offer Big Savings for Some Small Businesses

By Tobin O’Connor & Ewing |

During the COVID-19 pandemic, many small business owners have turned to the Internet, as well as to their small business lawyers, to help them find creative solutions to the challenges the ongoing pandemic presents to economic recovery. Better days will eventually come, but what should small businesses do to stay solvent until those days… Read More »

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Negotiation, Not Eviction, Is the Best Solution to Disputes Between Commercial Tenants and Their Landlords During the COVID-19 Pandemic

By Tobin O’Connor & Ewing |

The Washington DC area is doing a lot better than most places in the United States at this stage in the COVID-19 pandemic, but even here, every small business owner’s plans are in disarray. Paying rent on a store or other commercial property that is only open at limited capacity, if at all, is… Read More »

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Dupont Circle Restaurant Owner Settles Non-Compete Dispute with Chef

By Tobin O’Connor & Ewing |

Many employers ask the employees they hire for highly specialized and skilled positions to sign non-compete agreements when they begin their employment. The non-compete agreements, or even non-compete clauses in employment contracts, often restrict the employee from working for a competitor or the employer, or establishing a new business in direct competition with the… Read More »

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When Your Business Model Adapts to the Changing Times, but Your Landlord Doesn’t

By Tobin O’Connor & Ewing |

Customers and business owners are eager to participate in the economy in whatever ways they can. Washingtonians enthusiastically buy food from the curbside versions of their favorite restaurants during their breaks from working at home. Adapting to the economic climate of the COVID-19 pandemic is essential to the survival of small businesses, and entrepreneurs… Read More »

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