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SBA Rules On SDVOSB Ownership And Control

10/16/2018Ostroff, Gretchen M.

The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and the United States Small Business Administration (SBA) each has its own service-disabled veteran-owned small business (SDVOSB) contracting program. Until recently, the VA and SBA programs were subject to different sets of eligibility rules. Effective October 1, 2018, SBA revised its eligibility requirements for the SBA service-disabled veteran-owned small… Read more »

Recent Change To Rights Of SDVOSB Minority Owners

10/15/2018Ostroff, Gretchen M.

The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and the United States Small Business Administration (SBA) each administers its own service-disabled veteran-owned small business (SDVOSB) contracting program. Until very recently, each program was subject to its own set of rules. Disparities between the eligibility requirements of the VA’s “Vets First” program and the SBA’s Service-Disabled Veteran Owned… Read more »

Vandeventer Black’s Jeremy Moss to Chair the Virginia Legislative Action Committee of the Community Associations Institute

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11/16/2016Casey, Deborah M.

The Community Associations Institute (CAI) recently elected Vandeventer Black attorney, Jeremy Moss, as Chair of the Virginia Legislative Action Committee (VALAC). Moss was already serving as Vice Chair of the committee. “What first inspired me to join CAI was its mission, which I believe in strongly. A mission that I will continually work to achieve… Read more »

Loaning money to your own business

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11/03/2016Guy, Richard S.

It happens to all entrepreneurs.  A payday arrives, a critical vendor demands immediate payment, or a great purchasing opportunity arrives at a time when there isn’t enough money in the company bank account.  Suddenly you’re reaching into your own pocket and loaning money to your business.  Although sometimes the company can pay you back within… Read more »