&bull...At the law office of General Counsel, P.C., in McLean, Virginia, we are here to help you with all of the important and pressing legal matters affecting your business. Serving a diverse range of commercial clients throughout northern Virginia and the surrounding Washington, D.C., metro area, our law firm's team of seasoned, highly qualified attorneys are fully prepared to help you face your legal challenges head-on and find the solutions you seek with regards to any of the following:
• Corporate law and transactions, including entity formation and planning, tax issues, real estate and leases, licensing and regulatory compliance, business succession planning, and more
• Government contracts
• Labor and employment law
• Arbitration, mediation and alternative dispute resolution
• State/Federal Litigation
No matter the size of your company or the industry in which you operate, you can rely on us for the personalized representation you need to help ensure your business remains on track to achieve the goals you have set. Dedicated to providing the highest level of counsel as efficiently and cost-effectively as possible, we offer substantial discounts on our rates compared to other similar legal practices in the region, and we promise to work directly with you in order to become an integral part of your company's success.
Through this client-centered approach, we have earned the respect and trust of our clients, and we have established many long-lasting relationships with those we serve who return to us time and again for their on-going legal matters.
To find out more about how General Counsel, P.C., can best help you protect what you have worked so hard to achieve and put your company on a path to success, you can call our law office or visit our website to schedule a consultation.
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