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We are a law firm in Richmond , Virginia located two miles from Virginia’s Capitol, home to the oldest assembly of elected representatives in North America and in the heart of Central Virginia. Though we are 100 miles south Washington D.C.,  Dunlap Law practices business law in Virginia and D.C., with counsel on international trade or federal law issues such as trademark, copyright, and data privacy/cybersecurity security offered to businesses nationwide.

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