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8(a) Contractors Risk Losing Status if the Annual Review Is Ignored
Being successfully certified by SBA as an 8(a) Business Development company can be an arduous and paper-intensive task.
Is Your Business Missing Out on Small Business Set Asides?
Have you seen small business set asides that are in your company’s skill set, but the size standard is too small for your company to compete? Or, alternatively, a set aside with a size standard so large that you will be contending with businesses with far greater resources?
Military Divorce Lawyer in Columbia, Maryland
Attorney for Military Divorce in Howard County, Anne Arundel County, Carroll County, Baltimore City, Baltimore County and surrounding areas.
Berkeley Hillside Preservation v. City of Berkeley
California Supreme Court Restores Common Sense to CEQA
PART TWO “A Dream of Youthful Hopes” Securing the American Dream for the Children of Immigrants
The lack of action by federal policymakers to address immigration reform has resulted in the introduction of state laws that have a direct impact on children of immigrants. This article discusses federal and state proposals and makes the case for a sensible and just approach to immigration reform.
“A Dream of Youthful Hopes” Securing the American Dream for the Children of Immigrants
The lack of action by federal policymakers to address immigration reform has resulted in the introduction of state laws that have a direct impact on children of immigrants. This article discusses federal and state proposals, and makes the case for a sensible and just approach to immigration reform.
Has Florida Come to Maryland
These serious problems in Maryland raise the question of whether we had made the voting process too complicated and problematic.
Unemployment Appeals Now Handled Through E-Portal For Third Parties
Navigating the new Florida Department of Economic Opportunity's Connect internet portal for unemployment compensation
Class Inaction: The U.S. Supreme Court Reins in Class Actions
The Supreme Court's 2010 term was an embattled one for the class action. The Court made headlines in Wal-Mart v. Dukes when it dashed the hopes of 1.5 million Wal-Mart employees who had brought a class action against the corporate giant.
Oral Argument in the Appellate Court: A Primer
For many attorneys, appellate court arguments are infrequent. But lack of familiarity can be overcome by understanding what appellate judges look for at argument.
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