Top Washington Employment Law -- Employer Lawyers - District Of Columbia

The Law Office of Marc J. Smith, LLC, in Rockville, Maryland, is a boutique employment law firm focused solely on providing counseling, litigation and numerous other employment-related services to both employers and employees, not only in Rockville but also throughout the state of Maryland, the Washington, D.C., area and other jurisdictions. Marc has devoted his nearly 30-year legal career...

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  • 1455 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW,Suite 1150 Washington DC 20004 38.891266 -77.02606

    Established in 2008, McConnell Valdés’ Washington office is located just blocks away from the White House, the U.S. Congress, and most Federal Agencies.  Since its opening, McConnell Valdés has represented municipal governments, state government agencies, companies, associations and universities across Puerto Rico, the U.S. mainland, and abroad.  The office provides a...

  • 1050 17th Street, NW,Suite 600 Washington DC 20036 38.90337 -77.03886

    Yeager and Etkind will assist clients in applying for U Yeager and Etkind will assist clients in applying for U.S. citizenship and will address issues of physical presence, good moral character, age, knowledge of U.S. history and English, and disability waivers. Permanent Residence as evidenced by the green card entitles an alien to many benefits, including the right to live and work in the United...

  • 1015 18th Street NorthWest,Suite 204 Washington DC 20036 38.903164 -77.041336

    Bailey & Ehrenberg PLLC is dedicated to helping its clients in the specialty areas of Employee Benefits and Employment Law, Litigation, and the unique legal matters confronted by new and emerging businesses. With a national practice, the firm operates from its offices in Washington, D.C., and is comprised of experienced, sophisticated attorneys who have earned a solid reputation as strategic...

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