For Release: July 15, 2014
Contact: Cindy Walsh
cwalsh [at] fluetlaw.com
FH+H Joins Greater Washington Board of Trade
WOODBRIDGE, Virginia; FH+H (FH+H) announced today it has joined the Greater Washington Board of Trade as a corporate member. The Greater Washington Board of Trade is the area’s premier region-wide organization, and FH+H is pleased to be part of an esteemed group of business and government leaders who share a vested interest in the Washington Metropolitan region’s economy and the community at large.
“Just like our firm, the Board of Trade is committed to creating and maintaining a business climate that is healthy, inviting and profitable for the regional business community and the community at large. Our affiliation with the Board of Trade strengthens our ability to continue to provide excellent legal services to our clients who are determined to thrive and make meaningful contributions within this business community,” says Jack White, FH+H Partner.
About Greater Washington Board of Trade
Founded in 1889, the Board of Trade enjoys a long history of improving Greater Washington’s business climate. As the leading regional business organization, the Board of Trade addresses business concerns that span geographic boundaries. Pro-business and bipartisan, the Board of Trade convenes business, civic and government leaders to collaborate on important issues throughout the District of Columbia, Suburban Maryland and Northern Virginia.
About FH+H PLLC
FH+H (FH+H) is a values-based law firm focused on middle market companies. FH+H’s five practice groups---Corporate + Business Transactions, Litigation + Investigations, International Trade + Transactions, Government Contracts, and Employment Law---are sought out by companies worldwide that want lawyers who understand business, attack their immediate legal problems, and support and enable continued company growth. With overseas and operational experience, FH+H lawyers understand international business, defense, and national security. FH+H is a veteran owned company. Learn more at http://www.fluetlaw.com.