At this time, because of long-term work commitments, Paul cannot accept new clients from the general public. However, through his volunteerism with bar associations and perhaps other nonprofits, he will continue to advance the cause of D.C. and Maryland's small business community.
He understands the entrepreneurial spirit that causes people to leave the comfort of a regular job and decide to create something magnificent with their own wits and effort. To cultivate that inspiration using the law is why he began his business practice.
Within a few days of being admitted to the bar, Paul began offering business law services from his home office, on a part-time basis. Today, his most successful startup client is valued at over $12 million. He is familiar with the rules that apply to business owners in Montgomery County, Maryland (Bethesda, Chevy Chase) and Washington, D.C.
As per independent consulting agreements, he has advised Fortune 500 companies, a promotion company for top U.S. athletes, and many small businesses. Small business clients have included store owners, real estate developers, fitness programs, and businesses that operate entirely online.