Tobin, O'Connor & Ewing Washington, District of Columbia Office Profile
|Tobin, O'Connor & Ewing |
|Washington, District of Columbia|
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About this office:
Large law firms and boutique specialty practices each have advantages—large firms get impressive results for clients because of their heft in the courtroom and ability to manage important resources; boutique firms offer clients individualized attention and an opportunity to build trust. At Tobin, O'Connor & Ewing, we offer clients both. We provide legal expertise, up close and personal. Our partners practiced at large law firms before founding Tobin, O'Connor & Ewing in Washington DC in 1993. We created a relatively small firm to allow our partners to remain personally and actively involved with each of our clients, providing an outstanding level of attention and focus.Our attorneys use their diverse knowledge to assist our clients in all aspects of their business operations.We provide assistance to individuals and all types of organizations, including corporations, educational institutions, teaching hospitals, and non-profit groups. Let Tobin, O'Connor & Ewing put its knowledge and experience to work for you. Call today to schedule a free 30 minute initial consultation about your legal matter. Our office is conveniently located in the Chevy Chase Pavilion, easily accessible from the Friendship Heights Metro station. We look forward to meeting you and helping you achieve your legal objectives.
Litigation; Trial Practice; Criminal Defense; Business Law; Transactional Matters; Corporate Law; Government Contracts; Estate Planning; Probate; Real Estate; Immigration Law; Business Arbitration; Business Associations Law; Business Crimes; Business Dissolutions; Business Enterprises; Business Estate Planning; Business Formation; Business Fraud; Business Litigation; Business Mediation; Business Organization; Business Planning; Business Regulation; Business Reorganization; Business Start-Ups; Business Succession Planning; Business Successions; Business Taxation; Business Torts; Business Transactions; Business Transfers; Business Trusts; Business Valuation; Buy-Sell Agreements; Buying and Selling of Businesses; Closely Held Business Estate Planning; Closely Held Business Law; Closely Held Business Taxation; Complex Business Litigation; Emerging Growth Companies; International Business Law; International Joint Ventures; Joint Ventures; Limited Liability Company Law; Minority Business Law; Pass-Through Entities; Private Business Law; Professional Practices; Small Business Law; Sole Proprietorships; Strategic Alliances; Business Immigration; Citizenship; Employment Authorizations; Employment Immigration; Employment Visas; Family Immigration Law; Immigration Discrimination; Investor Visas; Labor Certifications; Permanent Visas; Visas; Accounting Law; Ad Valorem Tax; Employment Tax; Estate and Gift Taxation; Federal Estate and Gift Taxation; Federal Income Tax; Federal Tax Controversies; Federal Taxation; Fiduciary Income Tax; Fiscal Law; Generation Skipping Tax; Income Tax; Individual Taxation; Inheritance Tax; International Income Tax; Interstate Tax; Local Taxation; Personal Property Taxation; Sales and Use Tax; State Income Tax; State Tax Controversies; State Taxation; Tax Appeals; Tax Audits; Tax Collection; Tax Controversies; Tax Credits; Tax Evasion; Tax Fraud; Tax Incentives; Tax Law; Tax Legislation; Tax Litigation; Tax Planning; Tax Shelters; Tax Valuation; Transfer Tax; Affirmative Action; Age Discrimination in Employment; Americans with Disabilities Act; Civil Service; Collective Bargaining; Confidentiality Agreements; Covenants Not To Compete; Employee Discipline; Employee Drug Testing; Employee Leasing; Employee Privacy; Employee Rights; Employer Intentional Torts; Employer Liability; Employer Rights; Employment Arbitration; Employment at Will; Employment Breach of Contract; Employment Civil Rights; Employment Claims; Employment Class Actions; Employment Contracts; Employment Defense; Employment Disability Discrimination; Employment Discrimination; Employment Law; Employment Litigation; Employment Mediation; Employment Practices Liability Insurance; Employment Rights; Employment Termination; Equal Employment Opportunity Law; Executive Employment Law; Executive Severance Contracts; Executive Transfers; Fair Employment Practices; Fair Labor Standards; Family and Medical Leave Act; Federal Employment Law; Harassment; Human Resources Law; Labor Arbitration; Labor Law; Labor Legislation; Labor Relations; Labor Strikes; Management Employment Law; Management Labor Law; Minimum Wage Law; National Labor Relations Act; National Origin Discrimination; Negligent Hiring; Noncompete Litigation; Noncompetition and Non-Solicitation Agreements; Outsourcing; Personnel Policies; Personnel Training; Prevailing Wage Litigation; Reductions in Force; Restrictive Covenants; Retaliatory Discharge; Security Clearances; Sexual Harassment; Title VII Discrimination; Unfair Labor Practices; Union Contract Negotiations; Union Elections; Union Labor Law; Union Organization; Wage and Hour Class Actions; Wage and Hour Law; WARN Act; Whistleblower Litigation; Workplace Violence; Wrongful Termination; Trusts and Estates; Estate Administration; Estate Litigation; Financial Planning; Living Trusts; Personal Planning; Powers of Attorney; Trust Law; Trust Litigation; Trust Planning; Probate Litigation; Guardianship and Conservatorship.
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