Firm News

Robb Longman Elected Assistant Secretary of ABA Tax Section

Longman & Van Grack is proud to announce that our attorney, Robb Longman, has been elected Assistant Secretary of the American Bar Association (“ABA”)’s Section of Taxation this afternoon. Previously, Mr. Longman, who is the Chair of the Firm’s Tax...

Longman & Van Grack Attorney Quoted in Outside Magazine

In a kayaking-related legal article published yesterday in Outside Magazine, Longman & Van Grack attorney Adam Van Grack was quoted regarding the unusual kayaking-related legal case involving Latvian émigré Angelika Graswald. In the article, Adam described the importance of the potential kayak-based...

Longman & Van Grack Welcomes Julian Haffner as Of Counsel

We are proud to announce a new addition to Longman & Van Grack’s business law, business litigation, employment law, sports law, and government relations practices in Maryland. Maryland business attorney Julian A. Haffner has joined Longman & Van Grack as Of Counsel. “Julian brings an...

Daily Record Profiles Attorney Adam Van Grack for Role in Olympic Sports

In Monday’s edition, the Daily Record published an article profiling Longman & Van Grack Attorney Adam Van Grack for his efforts and roles regarding canoe and kayak Olympic sports. The article titled “Rockville Lawyer Makes a Splash for Olympians” discusses how Mr. Van Grack is both an...

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