ASSOCIATION
LAW

 

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Association Law is, in a sense, a form of corporate law, but one that is broader in scope and slanted to the particular needs of associations. It is a combination of many traditional forms of legal practice, including:

n taxation

n corporate governance, including registration and reporting

n antitrust compliance

n intellectual property protection

n employment law

n contract negotiation and drafting

While many lawyers are knowledgeable in one or more of these specialties, the Association Law practitioner weaves them together to meet the needs of his or her clients.

 

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GOLDBERG & ASSOCIATES, PLLC
1909 K Street, N.W., Suite 500
Washington, DC 20006-1117

202-628-2929
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