In honor of International Women’s Day, we are proud to salute the amazing triumphs that the women of Williams Mullen have accomplished over the last year. From receiving national and statewide recognition, to ascending to new roles both professionally and in...
In February 2020, as a result of the COVID-19 global pandemic, former President Trump signed a Presidential Proclamation that instituted travel restrictions on foreign nationals traveling to the U.S. from certain countries, unless those foreign nationals...
The 2021 General Assembly session adjourned sine die (Latin for adjourning with no appointed day for resumption) on February 8th.
The Virginia Department of Taxation has issued a ruling that addresses the question “does the receipt of a PPP loan and its possible forgiveness constitute gross receipts for purposes of the Business, Professional, and Occupational License (BPOL) tax?”
Last year, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and the Department of Labor (DOL) jointly offered extensions and other relief to employee benefit plan administrators who might be struggling to meet various filing, notice, disclosure, and amendment deadlines...
2021 promises to be an exciting year in the data and privacy space.
This is an exciting time of the year, both as a baseball fan and as an immigration attorney.
One of the most enduring questions of business executives and export professionals is how does the government learn about export violations?
On Feb. 1, Williams Mullen announced the election of new partners, including: James T. Bailey, Joseph E. Blackburn, III, Miles S. Bruder, Meagan J. Kalantar, Jennifer Ligon and Caroline W. Stanton. Just a few days later, the firm also announced that Chuck...
Do you communicate with current and prospective customers electronically via phone or text, and if so do you have their consent? On the latest episode of Trending Now an IP Podcast, Rob Van Arnam discusses with Amber Duncan an update and recent case...