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Hollingsworth LLP is among the nation’s leading litigation firms. For over three decades, Hollingsworth LLP has focused its practice on complex litigation matters. We are nationally recognized as a “go-to” litigation firm for our work on high-stakes cases. Our attorneys have successfully tried cases in “judicial hellholes” across the country...
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...
WE ONLY REFPRESENT FEDERAL GOVT. EMPLOYEES! We handle all MSPB, EEO, OWCP, DISCIPLINE & INVESTIGATION CASES NATIONWIDE! We are dedicated to defending federal government employees' rights to a workplace free from wrongful, retaliatory and discriminatory actions. Bobby Devadoss is an experienced and hardworking attorney with a significant background in handling a wide variety of...
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...
The experience of the firm and its members in the area of U.S. Customs law is evidenced by many favorable administrative rulings as well as court decisions of the U.S. Customs Court and its successor, the U.S. Court of International Trade, and the U.S. Court of Customs and Patent Appeals and its successor, the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. Many of the court cases and Customs rulings...
Here at the law firm of Alan Lescht & Associates, P.C., in Washington, D.C., our job is to help you protect yours. We provide unmatched advocacy and support to federal employees worldwide as well as private, state and local government employees throughout D.C., Maryland and Virginia who have experienced a serious violation of their rights as workers. For more than 20 years, our law firm has...
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