COVID-19

Coronavirus Updates in Virginia & D.C.

This page provides coronavirus updates in Virginia and D.C. and a variety of resources for the entirety of the pandemic. While we serve small businesses primarily in Virginia and D.C., we can help small businesses everywhere understand and comply with federal law. We hope to keep you informed and help you make well-reasoned decisions despite a rapidly evolving situation and inherently imperfect information.

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Virginia's COVID-19 Workplace Regulations

PPP Loan Guide

OSHA's Guidance on COVID-19 at Work

Treasury's FAQ on PPP Loans

FFCRA Guide

Resources to keep you informed on coronavirus updates in Virginia and D.C.

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Challenges for Small and Micro Businesses Under the CARES Act and Families First Coronavirus Response Act

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2 Types of LLCs: Member-Managed v. Manager-Managed

2 Types of LLCs: Member-Managed v. Manager-Managed

2 Types of LLCs: Manager-Managed v. Member-Managed Let’s talk about the two types of LLCs or Limited Liability Companies. First of all, Limited Liability Companies are a very flexible vehicle for doing business. They give you all of the protections from liability that a corporation gives you without many of the complexities and drawbacks that

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The Confidentiality Clause Curse: Should Your Professional Services Contract include a Confidentiality Clause?​

Attorneys have an ethical duty to protect their clients’ confidential information under the law, but most professional services providers are not automatically bound to do the same. One way the parties to a professional services contract can manage the risks accompanying the necessary access to sensitive information is to address them in a confidentiality statement.

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How To Start A Business With Friends: 6 Questions You Need To Ask

Starting a Business With Friends? 6 Questions You Need To Ask

This post will help you think through six of the most basic questions that you’ve got to answer before you start your business.1. What Will Each Person Contribute to the Business? 2. Will Your Rights In Your Business Be Proportional to the Contribution to the Business? 3. What If One of You Wants to Resign? 4. Whether or Not You Need a Prohibition Against Engaging in Competing Business Activities. 5. Who Will Manage the LLC?
6. Can a New Member Join the LLC?

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