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Monthly Archives: April 2022

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Maryland Doctor’s Office Pays $286,000 Settlement In Fraudulent Billing Lawsuit

By Tobin O’Connor & Ewing |

You can’t please all the people all the time, and this is just as true for businesses as for individuals.  Complaints about your business practices or the actions of people associated with your company are almost an inevitable part of doing business.  Some people find it stressful to deal with angry emails from dissatisfied… Read More »

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Bringing Your Restaurant Back To Life After The COVID Restrictions Have Been Lifted

By Tobin O’Connor & Ewing |

After what feels like an eternity, masks are optional in the District of Columbia, and in-person dining is back in full swing.  Restaurant owners and their employees are eager to get back to work, and customers are more than happy to dine in, but the financial struggles that the pandemic exacerbated continue to linger. … Read More »

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Getting Out Of A Non-Compete Agreement: A Guide For Doctors

By Tobin O’Connor & Ewing |

Moving on from an employment relationship where your employer required you to sign a non-compete agreement can feel a lot like trying to move on from your life after a divorce while your ex-spouse follows you around, determined to second guess your every decision until your youngest child graduates from high school.  In the… Read More »

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Investors’ Share Of Residential Real Estate Purchases Is Nearing A Record High, But The DC Metro Area Is Not The Center Of The Action

By Tobin O’Connor & Ewing |

Investing in real estate is not an easy way to get rich quick, despite how some ads on the Internet might make it sound.  It is, however, a solid business idea; after all, there is always demand for housing.  As house prices rise and the job market continues to reel from pandemic-related uncertainty, more… Read More »

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