Business Law





We help companies respond to alleged:

  • Corruption
  • Antitrust Violations
  • Antibribery Violations
  • Contract Disputes

We help consumers and employees fight:

  • Contract Disputes
  • Harassment
  • Discrimination
  • Wrongful Termination
  • Retaliation for Whistle-blowing

We help companies with business relationships by:

  • Establishing their business relationships with contracts.
  • Establishing company policies.
  • Preparing subcontractor agreements and statements of work.

    For continued services your business can hire the firm as a General Counsel.


Our Compliance and Anti-Corruption Program

Prevention is the key to lowering a business’s exposure to corruption and resulting liability. Through our compliance program we have a variety of offerings that can reduce the risk of allegations of corruption. Our firm will provide the requisite knowledge and expertise of the law, policy, program evaluation, and analysis to a business that is necessary to assess and lower risk.

We will review the current condition of a business’s work environment, strengths, weaknesses, threats, and opportunities. Then use appropriate methodologies to evaluate risk exposure, analyze historical and current data, recommend procedures, processes, and practices, and help implement a tailored approach that suits the company.

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Antitrust Violations

We also conduct independent investigations of alleged Antitrust violations. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the Department of Justice (DOJ) are concerned with business conduct that interferes with commerce that monopolizes and substantially limits competition or businesses making agreements to restrain fair competition. Some examples are:

Two competitors enter into an agreement that one of them will take all of one region of customers and the other will take all of the other region of customers, effectively pushing out other competitors.
Two or more competitors agreeing to sell goods at a fixed price.
Bid rigging where a few competitors enter into an agreement to each submit a bid on a government contract, they have predetermined which one will bid lowest to obtain the contract.

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The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, which governs Bribery, is another similar federal statute that seeks to enforce the conduct of businesses and to protect consumers. Under this act one of its provisions makes it illegal to bribe a foreign government official for the purpose of making a profit or gaining business.

If an employee, a customer, the FTC, or DOJ claims that a business violated any of the types of federal laws mentioned, we are here to help. With our federal government experience we understand how these federal agencies work and their processes. We also have experience in identifying evidence of violations. Our policy professionals and attorneys will help by conducting an independent investigation and appropriately responding to the federal request, as appropriate.

If you need an independent investigation conducted in your business, contact us at (Toll Free) 1.844.350.8343 or

Contract Review or Preparation

Bring us your terms and conditions, we’ll create your iron-clad protection. We’ll establish and protect your relationships. We’ll ensure your risk is minimized.

Call 202.870.3021

Business and Consumer Contract Disputes

If you have been wronged by a company or customer that owes you services or payment we will advocate strongly for you in court.

Call 202.870.3021

Employment Law and Discrimination

If you have suffered harassment, discrimination, wrongful termination, or retaliation for whistle-blowing on wrongdoing, we will fight for your rights.

Call 202.870.3021

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