Corporate & Business Transactions

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

  • Joint Ventures
  • Construction
  • Start-up
  • Licensing
  • Real Estate
  • Lease Negotiation
  • Litigation Management
  • Franchise Agreements
  • Licensing Agreements
  • Limited Liability Formation and Planning
  • Business Structure & Formation
  • Legal Compliance with State and Federal Laws


  • Why Inova is planning a new Springfield hospital now — and what it means for the system

    The concept has been simmering for more than a year.
  • Coronavirus postpones Maryland Cycling Classic to 2021

    A major cycling event planned for the Baltimore area this summer will be postponed until 2021 as concerns about large gatherings in the age of the novel coronavirus persist. The Maryland Cycling Classic, originally scheduled for Labor Day weekend, was expected to draw more than 100,000 spectators as well as professional cyclists from around the world to compete in a rare U.S. race sanctioned by Switzerland's Union Cycliste Internationale (International Cycling Union), which supervises the Tour de…
  • Long before coronavirus, downtown D.C. set new office, retail vacancy records in 2019

    Last year was a challenging one for the downtown core, and Covid will surely ramp up those issues.
  • Hogan puts pressure on Montgomery, Pr. George's to reopen

    Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan on Wednesday urged Montgomery and Prince George’s counties — the two hardest-hit jurisdictions in the state during the Covid-19 pandemic — to move forward with reopening. "I believe Montgomery now is the only one who has not set a date [to reopen], and they probably need to," Hogan said at a press conference where he announced additional statewide steps for reopening. Local jurisdictions were given the opportunity to opt out of statewide edicts, something Montgomery…
  • Novavax buys Czech manufacturing plant to boost production of coronavirus vaccine candidate

    Gaithersburg biotech Novavax Inc. (NASDAQ: NVAX) said Wednesday it has acquired Praha Vaccines, including its manufacturing facility in the Czech Republic, in a bid meet the production goals for its coronavirus vaccine candidate. Novavax said the all-cash purchase totals $167 million and includes a 150,00-square-foot vaccine and biologics manufacturing facility, related infrastructure and about 150 employees. Praha was previously a unit of India-based Cyrus Poonawalla Group. “This acquisition…
  • This local insurance startup just raised a nine-figure round

    D.C.-based workers compensation startup Pie Insurance has raised $127 million to grow its special brand of online insurance policies for small businesses. The funding includes $27 million that will go to the business itself and another $100 million to form a new affiliated company — Pie Carrier Holdings, which will create and purchase licensed insurance companies that Pie will use to issue a portion of its own insurance policies. That company will be majority-owned by one of the round’s investors,…
  • D.C. mayor moves to permanently ease restrictions on alcohol sales, deliveries

    D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser's fiscal year 2021 budget plan would permanently ease some restrictions placed on alcohol retailers and manufacturers in an effort to provide additional income for those businesses affected by the Covid-19 pandemic — and much-needed additional tax revenue for the District. Most notably, the bill would add two hours per day when the sale of alcohol for off-premises consumption is allowed. Currently, the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board prohibits the serving of alcoholic…
  • From the editor: Our stories make us who we are, especially during the pandemic

    Most journalists will tell you that they get into this line of work for one overarching reason. To tell people’s stories.  To highlight the extraordinary in ordinary lives. To narrate the arc of a remarkable journey. To document memories and experiences that make us who we are. For many of us, those are the stories that excite us. The ones that matter. The ones about real people and what they both savor and suffer.  Like the stories you can read by clicking the links below. Each of these…
  • Hogan to move forward with Maryland reopening, allow outdoor dining

    Maryland will take additional steps to complete the first phase of Gov. Larry Hogan's reopening plan, including allowing restaurants to begin doing outdoor dining at 5 p.m. Friday. The Republican governor's announcement comes less than two weeks after he lifted a stay-at-home order May 15, marking the beginning of Maryland's economic recovery. Greater Washington's Maryland counties did not embark on reopening at the same time as the rest of the state, however. Montgomery and Prince George's counties…
  • Marriott furloughs will extend into October

    Marriott International Inc. (NASDAQ: MAR) announced Wednesday it will extend furloughs and reduced hours that began in April until Oct. 2, saying the Covid-19 pandemic has stifled business more than the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks and the 2008 financial crisis combined. The company informed its associates that it would need to take additional measures to offset the losses until demand and its revenue per available room (RevPAR), a key industry metric, recovers. First quarter RevPAR declined 22.5%…