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This post was originally published in April, 2013. We’re re-posting in case you missed it.  A subcontract under a Federal Government Contract can be a peculiar thing.  It can contain numbered clauses from the Federal Acquisition Regulations without any stated text. It can say the Government prime contract takes priority over the subcontract without properly identifying
The outline below was presented to Washington Executives Association on May 1, 2019. We thought it might be useful for employers, owners and managers to know what is involved in responding to workplace harassment or discrimination claims.   If you need more guidance or information, Contact the employment law experts at General Counsel Law, PC.
This post was originally published in May, 2012. We’re re-posting in case you missed it.  Introduction A freelance professional, whether a management consultant, a graphic designer or a bookkeeper, obtains clients by building a relationship with his or her clients based on knowledge and trust. Too often, however, the relationship sours because the parties either
This post was originally published in January, 2009. We’re re-posting in case you missed it.  Your worst fear has been realized: a former employee with access to your trade secrets or confidential client information has joined a competitor, or has started a new firm in direct competition with yours. What can you do to protect
This post was originally published in February, 2015. We’re re-posting in case you missed it.  Why Employers (and Employees) Need to Pay Attention to the Fair Labor Standards Act Recently, General Counsel, P.C. is getting more (and more) calls for a business litigation attorney regarding alleged violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”).  
Starting a business in DC
This post was originally published in February, 2014. We’re re-posting in case you missed it.  Determining the Appropriate Business Entity–Should I Form an LLC or a Corporation? Every potential business owner and service provider should give serious consideration to forming a business entity when they start a business to limit his/her individual liability for the
Reviewing Non-Compete Agreement
This post was originally published in July, 2012. We’re re-posting in case you missed it.  If your company’s non-compete agreement was not specifically tailored for business/employment relationship, it may be unenforceable In a 2012 decision regarding the enforceability of non-compete agreements, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia sent a reminder to
We are proud to announce that our firm has joined IR Global as the exclusive member for Employment Law in Virginia (corporate). IR Global is the fastest growing professional service firm network in the world; providing legal, accountancy and financial advice to companies and individuals across 155+ jurisdictions. Our founder, Merritt Green, and General Counsel Law
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