Corporate & Business Transactions

The Hasan Law Group PLLC offers complete Corporate and Business Services, including:

  • Joint Ventures
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  • Real Estate
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  • Business Structure & Formation
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  • An L.A. fitness rival takes on solidcore in D.C. market

    The now 50-location solidcore chain launched as part of the Lagree program, but the companies parted ways after a legal battle in 2016.
  • D.C. councilmembers claim political pressure influenced funding for Deanwood apartment project

    A whistleblower is claiming District officials bumped a project to the front of the line for affordable housing funding to favor some politically connected developers, two D.C. councilmembers said Tuesday. The controversy centers on the second phase of The Solstice, a project in Deanwood backed by MRP Realty and Taylor Adams Associates. The developers previously built a four-story, mixed-use building on the 3500 block of E. Capitol Street NE, and they’re now looking to add 95 homes there as part…
  • House spending bill calls for more scrutiny of Trump hotel lease

    A House committee hopes to pressure the federal government to take a closer look at constitutional issues surrounding President Donald Trump's D.C. hotel after an inspector general found earlier this year that the General Services Administration erred in not doing so. In a report accompanying the Financial Services and General Government Appropriations Act of 2020, the House Appropriations Committee called on legal overseers in the GSA and Department of Justice to launch a formal legal review of…
  • House passes appropriation package that includes contractor backpay

    A bill providing back pay for federal contractors to cover losses from last winter’s partial government shutdown passed the House of Representatives on Tuesday as part of a five-bill appropriations omnibus package. The Commerce, Justice, Science and Related Agencies Appropriations Act of 2020, which advanced on a largely party line vote of 227-194, contains language from the Fair Compensation for Low-Wage Contractor Employees Act of 2019 that compensates federal contractors for pay or paid leave…
  • Sibley, Unity team up on Northeast D.C. cancer clinic

    Sibley Memorial Hospital and Unity Health Care are jointly opening a cancer clinic on the eastern side of the District, as residents in wards 7 and 8 continue to grapple with a lack of nearby specialty services. Johns Hopkins Medicine-owned Sibley is bringing services from the system’s Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center to Unity’s Parkside Health Center at 765 Kenilworth Terrace NE. Sibley is leasing the space, which was occupied by Providence Health System’s radiology services before…
  • North Carolina is just the beginning of Eastern Foundry's expansion

    Eastern Foundry’s new North Carolina location could be just the start of the technology accelerator’s expansion beyond the Beltway.  Co-founder Andrew Chang said the Arlington company’s newest office in Fayetteville, North Carolina, situated near Fort Bragg and scheduled to open in September, reflects the growing demand from Eastern Foundry’s partner companies to have a closer presence to client agencies and their contracts.  “We’ve been looking at the Fort Bragg area for a while,”…
  • DoubleTree takes on culinary challenge in space

    Have you ever dreamed about dunking freshly baked chocolate chip cookies in the Milky Way? As it turns out, DoubleTree by Hilton is working to bring a taste of the good life to the International Space Station.   The hospitality brand owned by McLean-headquartered Hilton Worldwide Inc. (NYSE: HLT) is partnering with Zero G Kitchen, a company creating appliances for microgravity use in long-duration space flights, and NanoRacks, a provider of commercial access to space, to conduct the microgravity…
  • Local airports get $12.5M for infrastructure improvements

    The Federal Aviation Administration has awarded three of the region's airports infrastructure grants totaling $12.5 million for capital improvements to improve safety and bolster economic growth: Reagan National Airport received $4.9 million to reconstruct airport aprons where aircrafts are packed, loaded, unloaded, refueled and boarded. Dulles International Airport received $6.7 million to reconstruct taxiways. Leesburg Executive Airport received $900,000 to rehabilitate the airport's runway…
  • Bill Gates talks global challenges, biggest regret to D.C.-area business leaders

    Bill Gates thinks he can pinpoint what specifically has set his ubiquitous tech behemoth, Microsoft Corp., back in recent years. Indeed, he described it as his biggest regret around Microsoft in a sit-down with David Rubenstein, president of The Economic Club of Washington, D.C., at the organization's latest in its high-profile speaker series that in the past year has brought the likes of Amazon's Jeff Bezos, Uber's Dara Khosrowshahi, NBA Commissioner Adam Silver, Toyota's Akio Toyoda and even…
  • ComScore stock hits all-time low after cash deal. One analyst calls the company ‘desperate.’

    The complex agreement could see the Reston company shelling out quite a bit more in stock.