Potomac Law Group Achieves Victory for Saudi Client in Human Trafficking Case

Plaintiff Winfred Muchira, a 35-year old Kenyan woman who accompanied a Saudi Arabian family to the U.S. in 2012 to work as a housemaid while three members of the family attended school here, sued the family in federal court more than a year and three months after leaving their employ, claiming that they violated federal human trafficking, forced labor, and enslavement laws.  […]
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Client Bulletin: The High Cost of Insufficient Data Protection

The High Cost of Insufficient Data Protection   By Lindsey Schek Gillespie Is your company prepared to handle a security incident?  Has your company taken measures to mitigate the impact of a security breach? In 2014 a number of privacy trends emerged that are likely to continue this year.  Among them are growing concerns with the […]
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Potomac Law Launches Restaurant, Food, Winemaking, and Brewing Practice

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Potomac Law Group has launched a Restaurant, Food, Winemaking, and Brewing Practice. The new practice group is a team of veteran attorneys with focused industry knowledge and front line experience helping clients manage and grow food and beverage businesses, including restaurants, wineries, craft breweries, distilleries, specialty food producers, and distributors/wholesalers/importers. The attorneys […]
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