Our Practice Areas
GMP LLP defends employers accused of wrongful termination and workplace discrimination under Title 7 or the D.C. Human Rights Act. We represent employers in responding to the filing of charges at the EEOC and the D.C. Office of Human Rights.
Our office represents employers accused of not correctly paying their employees. We represent employers at the D.C. office of Wage-Hour as well as in D.C. local courts and D.C. federal courts.
We represent employers in unemployment insurance hearings in the District of Columbia and Maryland. We also represent employers at appeals from the Office of Administrative Hearings to D.C. Court of Appeals, the highest local court.
GMP LLP can serve as your registered District of Columbia lobbyist, or we can help ensure that your lobbyists are complying with all registration and reporting requirements. Our attorneys regularly represent companies before the D.C. Council and the District’s Executive Branch.
We provide general civil litigation services for individuals and organizations. Whether you are involved in a property dispute, breach of contract, or another issue, our attorneys can represent you in local or federal courts.
From business licensing to D.C. Health Code compliance, from brand new tech companies to outdoor café seating, we can help you understand and navigate the local regulations that your business must follow. We can then fully advocate on your behalf before District boards, commissions, and agencies.
In addition to serving the legal needs of some of the country’s and region’s biggest companies, GMP LLP serves as outside general counsel to a number of small businesses.
Whether commercial or residential, GMP LLP can help ensure that all aspects of your real estate transaction proceed smoothly, that deeds are properly recorded, or your lease and transactional documents meet your expectations.
Washington, D.C. increasingly enters into partnerships with private companies to provide services to residents, businesses, and visitors. GMP LLP advises clients before, during, and after they work with the District government.
Our attorneys have advised Mayoral and Council campaigns, and monitored local elections. With a partner who is deeply knowledgeable about local government ethics laws and regulations, we are prepared to answer your questions in this delicate area.
GMP LLP's experienced attorneys can assist with offer letters, separation from employment, resignations, layoffs, unemployment compensation issues, First Source, and Wage-Hour matters.
On June 21, 2019, the D.C. Department of Employment Services’ (“DOES”) rules on employer contributions under the Universal Paid Leave Amendment Act (the “Act”) went into effect. DOES began collecting the .62% tax on wages of covered employees from covered employers...
Whether a business is an “employer” of a particular employee may have significant consequences for its obligations under federal and D.C. law. However, when a business is one of several that have a relationship with an employee, it is not always clear whether that...
D.C. law requires an employer to pay a “non-exempt” employee overtime for any hour worked in excess of 40 hours in a workweek. Further, an employer must make, keep, and preserve records for three years regarding, among other things, each employee’s regular hourly rate...
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Goldblatt Martin Pozen LLP is built to provide reasoned solutions to our clients’ District of Columbia business law and local government challenges. We have the knowledge, experience, and networks to guide your business through your local legal challenges. We are D.C. residents and business-owners, and we are ready to help you.
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