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Tully Rinckey PLLC celebrates new Washington, D.C. office


Tully Rinckey opens new D.C. office

By: Daily Record Staff
May 21, 2014

Six years after opening a law office at 1800 K St. in Washington, D.C., Tully Rinckey PLLC will host a grand opening Wednesday for its new office at 815 Connecticut Ave. NW.

The event will run from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Firm leadership will announce plans to further expand in the D.C. Metro Area’s legal market. Leaders of some of the nation’s largest and most distinguished federal employment and veterans’ advocacy groups will discuss the importance of continuing the fight to safeguard and expand the rights of federal employees, military reservists and veterans.

Tully Rinckey, one of the nation’s largest federal employment and military law firms, has moved closer to the White House, in a newly renovated, single-story 6,400 square foot office, to create a collaborative think tank for all things federal employment law, military law and security clearance representation.

The firm will represent federal employees who are increasingly being stripped of their basic employment rights and military reservists returning home from service abroad to find, at unprecedented levels, that they have been terminated or suffered job discrimination for doing nothing more than fulfilling their commitment to America.


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