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Can a rescue squad protect itself from local government accountability by becoming a non-stock corporation?

The Local Government Attorneys of Virginia hired Martin Crim of Vanderpool, Frostick & Nishanian P.C. to draft an amicus curiae brief in the Virginia Supreme Court case of Dumfries-Triangle Rescue Squad v. Board of County Supervisors of Prince William County.  The case started when members of the rescue squad falsified operational records and the County’s Operational Medical Director

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Exit Strategy: Does your business need a buy-sell agreement?

An exit strategy is the method by which a business will transfer ownership (all or only a portion of it) to a third party at some point in the future. This is often memorialized in a company’s Operating Agreement, Bylaws, or other formal and binding contracts, and is typically referred to as a buy-sell agreement

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Failure to Protect Employees From Covid-19 can Result in Fines or Worse

With a steady increase of reported COVID-19 infections, employers face increased risks regarding their employees’ safety. Risks include potential fines and other penalties from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) for violation of the OSHA Act. Employers Have an Obligation Under the OSHA Act, employers have an obligation to “furnish to each of his

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Does the FFCRA (Families First Coronavirus Response Act) apply to my business?

The FFCRA was enacted in response to the Corona virus and, in part, requires all private for-profit and not-for-profit employers with fewer than 500* employees along with government employers (“Covered Employers”) to provide certain paid sick leave and paid family and medical leave to employees. To determine whether the FFCRA is applicable to your business,

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