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Washington DC Super Lawyers Legal Issue Articles

How to Resolve a Rail Freight Rate Dispute

When adjustments are allowed and not in a railroad pricing contract

Where Do I File My Workers' Comp Claim in DC?

When you need to file and seek medical aid in Maryland, Virginia, or DC

What to Do If You Face Charges of Rioting in DC

Legal advice for charges related to protesting in Washington, D.C.

Are D.C. Immigration Courts Closed Due to COVID-19?

All non-detained hearings have been cancelled

Does a Nonprofit Need a Lawyer for IRS 990 Forms?

What’s tricky or dangerous for the tax-exempt organizations that are required to submit them

Damages: What They Are and How They're Calculated

What you stand to gain in a Washington, D.C., personal injury case

What Are the Defenses to Removal Proceedings?

How they work and the potential for relief in Washington, DC

Taking a Second Mortgage vs. Filing for Bankruptcy

How a Chapter 13 filing could help your home equity credit in Washington, D.C.

The Legal Issues Involved in Surrogacy

D.C. attorney Sogand Zamani on why you might need a lawyer

Gestational Carrier Arrangements

Considerations for engaging in surrogacy or other assisted reproduction in Washington, D.C.

How Should Technology Platforms Be Categorized?

Telecommunications attorney Peter Schildkraut on the recent legal question

What New Legal Issues Are Media Companies Facing?

Telecommunications attorney Peter Schildkraut on how the industry is changing

How Does the IRS Determine Tax Evasion in Washington DC?

Do I need a tax fraud attorney or was it a simple mistake?

Can a PAC Accept Contributions From Foreign Citizens?

Washington, D.C. PACs must be cautious with potential foreign involvement

A Presidential Pardon Primer

How do I get a pardon from the president?

Can Emojis Be Deemed Sexual Harassment?

Texting eggplants and winky faces might land you in trouble at work

Navigating D.C. Gun Laws

The district issues its first gun permits, but the process is under fire

Didn't Pay Your Taxes in DC? There is Good News

Failure to file is a crime, but the IRS offers options before it seeks penalties 

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