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Is Your Firm Client Centered?

The legal profession places great value on tradition. For example, the Virginia bar exam still includes age-old Latin terms. While some of these traditions foster a sense of deep community and respect, others tend to impede the profession’s evolution. In an age of artificial intelligence and accessible online documents, lawyers need to lean into change. […]

Perkins Law Proud to Support the VMHC

There are so many wonderful nonprofit organizations throughout the Richmond area, and the Virginia Museum of History of Culture is certainly at or near the top of the list. Perkins Law is proud to be an associate member of the VMHC, and as we renew our membership for another year, we encourage you to check […]

Tax Benefit for Business Meal Expense Deduction Doubled for 2021-2022

Under current law, businesses may deduct 50% of the cost of business-related meals. The Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021, (“CAA”) included a provision regarding the deductibility of business meal expenses to assist taxpayers impacted by COVID-19. The legislation adds an exception to the 50% limit for food or beverage expenses provided by a restaurant. Under the […]

Perkins Law Prospective Franchisee Zoom Workshop – May 6th

Ever considered franchising as a path to business ownership? If so, then careful planning and research are a must. Secure a seat for the Perkins Law Prospective Franchisee Workshop on May 6th led by small business and franchise attorney, Eric Perkins. Attendees will also hear valuable insights and close with plenty of time to answer […]