On May 13, 2017, Washington, DC was alive with the sounds of strings. Guitars, banjos, cellos, fiddles – you name it, and you could hear it, drifting across the Anacostia River. It was the annual Kingman Island Bluegrass & Folk Festival, an event which helps support the Living Classrooms Foundation. It may have been a […]
On February 17, 2016, attorney Barry J. Nace was invited to speak before an influential gathering of about 35 judges and lawyers, including several from the States attorneys’ offices. The subject of his talk was the role of expert witnesses – namely, that a judge can only focus their inquiry on the methodology utilized by […]
There are applications for almost everything we do: finding a restaurant, grabbing a cab, buying theatre tickets. But did you know there are more than 20 different apps that can help you with legal questions? The American Bar Association Journal reports that applications like CitizenshipWorks and the New York-based Stop & Frisk Watch are “putting […]
There are so many stories of catastrophic injuries sustained by people going under the knife. When something good happens, we think it is important that we share it with you, especially at this time of the year.
Patrick Hardison was a volunteer firefighter. In 2001, he was hit by the weight of falling ceiling while on […]
At Paulson & Nace, we take our commitment to public service and to helping people very seriously – not only in our profession, but in our day to day lives. It is so important to us that children in cities like Washington, D.C. and Baltimore be given every opportunity to achieve their potential. That is […]
When we founded our law firm nearly 40 years ago, we did so because we believed that the under-represented deserved a better chance for a better future. We are proud to say that we have helped countless families throughout Washington, D.C. and West Virginia obtain those better futures.
But we also know that not everyone has […]