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Top Chevy Chase Business & Commercial Lawyers - Maryland

With a history that dates back to 2004, Zell Law, PLLC, in Reston, Virginia, has provided unmatched legal counsel and support to a diverse range of clients throughout Fairfax County and the surrounding areas for nearly 16 years. Regarded as one of the region's leading law firms for their practice areas, they have achieved significant success delivering highly personalized, cost-effective...

Established in 2006, The Gibbs Law Firm, LLC, in Rockville, Maryland, has served the needs of residents and businesses of Montgomery County and the Washington, D.C., area for more than 10 years. During that time, we have achieved notable success delivering practical, customized solutions to those facing serious legal challenges, and the dedicated attorneys at our law firm possess extensive...

Jeffrey McEvoy is a Frederick lawyer specializing in providing practical advice and legal counsel to business, banking and individual clients in corporate and business law, real estate and commercial loan transactions, and tax and estate planning matters. Mr. McEvoy graduated from the University of Maryland School of Law in 1982, where he was an associate editor of the Maryland Law Review. After...

As the founder and attorney of the Law Office of Enrique Santos Esq., I am dedicated to helping small business clients in Rockville, Maryland. I leverage more than 38 years of business experience and legal practice to help corporate clients and startups achieve their goals and resolve conflicts. I offer assistance with matters ranging from general transactions to complex commercial issues. In the...

Shawn D. Bartley is the principal of Shawn D. Bartley and Associates, LLC. Mr. Bartley’s general practice is client focused on legal matters that include business law, wills, estate probate, landlord tenant law, consumer law, creditor/ debtor law, foreclosure, bankruptcy, family law, traffic law, and immigration. Mr. Bartley has successfully represented client’s interest in both state...

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