Business & Corporate Law
Corporate law (also known as business law or enterprise law or company law) is the body of law governing the rights, relations, and conduct of persons, companies, organizations and businesses. It regulates how corporations, investors, shareholders, directors, employees, creditors, and other stakeholders such as consumers, the community, and the environment interact with one another.
Employment law is a broad area encompassing all areas of the employer/employee relationship except the negotiation process covered by labor law and collective bargaining. It consists of thousands of Federal and state statutes, administrative regulations, and judicial decisions. Many employment laws (e.g., minimum wage regulations) were enacted as protective labor legislation. Other employment laws take the form of public insurance, such as unemployment compensation.
Immigration law refers to the national statutes, regulations, and legal precedents governing immigration into and deportation from a country. Strictly speaking, it is distinct from other matters such as naturalization and citizenship, although they are often conflated. Immigration laws vary around the world, as well as according to the social and political climate of the times, as acceptance of immigrants sways from the widely inclusive to the deeply nationalist and isolationist. Countries frequently maintain laws which regulate both the rights of entry and exit as well as internal rights, such as the duration of stay, freedom of movement, and the right to participate in commerce or government.
International Trade Law
Generally, international trade law includes the rules and customs governing trade between countries. International trade lawyers may focus on applying domestic laws to international trade, and applying treaty-based international law governing trade.
From individuals and small local businesses to the world’s largest companies, we support all your immigration needs.
Everything we do as a firm is focused on enhancing the delivery of immigration services specifically customized to your needs.
Our firm assists in securing permission to enter the United States in many different visa classifications based on employment, family, education, or investment.
Legal counsel and representation are provided for employment and family-based immigrant petitions/green cards, non-immigrant visas, applications for labor certification (PERM applications), work authorization, naturalization, and other immigration matters.
- Removal Defense
- Naturalization & Revocation
- Family Based Petitions
- Employment Based Petitions
- Diversity Immigrants
- Special & Family Related Visas
- Law Enforcement Related Visas
- Work or Business
- Governmental & Quasi Governmental Visas
We assist governments, industry coalitions, and large and small companies in every sector achieve their trade objectives by advocating on their behalf with the right people or agency.
We do this by shaping international trade legislation and regulations and government policy through direct lobbying and coordination with the primary stakeholders.
We do monitoring, analyzing, and reporting on trade legislation and relevant regulatory developments. We advising foreign governments on acceding to, or implementing obligations under various international trade agreements.
We assist clients in evaluating the merits of possible dispute settlement proceedings and representing clients in dispute settlement proceedings arising under international trade and investment agreements.
Business & Corporate Law
From starting a business to growing and protecting your investment Armooh-Williams has a process that creates the foundation upon which your business can thrive in today’s innovative and competitive market.
Our specialized legal knowledge and due diligence for businesses set us apart from our competition.
Our knowledge-based approach allows us to quickly understand your problems and create a practical framework for the legal understanding of the problem to be addressed.
At Armooh-Williams, we are dedicated to promoting and protecting the vital civil rights that form the bedrock of our society. We do this through our Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 practice by representing and advocating for individuals who have been subjected to employment discrimination based on their sex, race, color, national origin, and religion.
We work to obtain for such individuals justice, compensation and other appropriate relief.