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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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This post taps the collective experiences of Tricia Dunlap (business attorney and CEO of Dunlap Law PLC) and Brian Chandler (PR expert and CEO of Commonwealth Public Relations). Tips For Workplace Safety, COVID-19, and Dealing With Employee Pushback Like every business owner, the first months of the pandemic rocked your foundation. Now, six months in,
By Tricia Dunlap Esq. ~4 minute read Part 3 – LLC Education Series: The Perilous Position of LLC Minority Members Limited liability companies are highly popular, very flexible business entities. They are cheaply and easily formed which unfortunately creates the illusion that lawyers aren’t necessary. Au contraire. The truth is that LLC’s can be a nasty trap for
By Tricia Dunlap Esq. ~2 minute read See more videos and blog posts Part 5 – LLC Education Series Fiduciary Duties: The Responsibilities You Never Knew You Had Good faith and fair dealing. Loyalty. Care. Sometimes these seem like quaint concepts. A throwback to a kinder era. In reality, they are implied responsibilities and “fiduciary duties” that can