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Business and Financial Services Firm with offices in Maryland, Virginia and Washington, DC serving National, Regional and Local Clients


At its essence, the sophisticated practice of business and the financial law allows businesses to maximize opportunities while minimizing disputes.  Whether your business is in its initial phase or has a long history of success, is a closely-held family business or a public franchise, the need for quality representation is the same.  The attorneys of Shulman Rogers’ Business and Financial Services Practice are dedicated to providing our clients with coordinated legal counsel across a wide array of legal practices.

In today’s complex and often turbulent financial environment, innovative approaches are required to ensure that our clients’ business and financial objectives are fulfilled.  Our interdisciplinary team of highly-skilled attorneys, many of whom bring years of experience from the country’s largest law firms, is able to efficiently and adeptly address our clients’ challenges, providing customized results for every situation.

We provide a broad spectrum of services including expertise in bankruptcy and creditors’ rights, corporate law, employment and labor, entertainment law, exempt organizations, government contracts, intellectual property, international law, securities and tax.  Because of the scope of our knowledge and skills, we are able to fully represent and support our clients in all of their business needs.

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Clients on the Cutting Edge

November 18, 2021

Shulman Rogers’ client, NanoBioFAB, based in Frederick, MD was recently featured in a BioBuzz article highlighting the ways the company is improving training for medical and nursing students nationwide by creating nanosensors that, when added to medical mannequins, can provide feedback to students. 

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Legal Alert: New PPP Legislation

January 19, 2021

Economic Aid to Hard-Hit Small Businesses, Nonprofits, and Venues Act, referred to as the Economic Aid Act has earmarked $284.5 billon for a Second Draw of Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”) loans.

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Senate Passes $2 Trillion Stimulus

March 27, 2020

The Senate passed a $2.2 trillion stimulus package to help states, businesses and individuals counter the negative economic impacts of the coronavirus, with the House expected to pass the bill today. The plan will provide, among other things, direct payments to individual taxpayers, loans and grants to assist distressed businesses and benefits for the unemployed. It is the largest stimulus package in modern U.S. history. The President is expected to sign the bill immediately.

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SEC and COVID-19: Relief for Investment Advisers

March 26, 2020

On March 25, 2020, the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) superseded the original relief of March 13, 2020 it had provided to certain registered investment advisers and exempt reporting advisers that met the conditions of the relief regarding their obligations with respect to Form ADV and Form PF.

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