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The Residences at Eastern Market

777 C Street Southeast

Washington, DC 20003

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Questions about the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 and how it affects your small business? Wondering how you can make changes in your business this year to make the bill work for you? Come learn from Mr. Joel Briathwaite, an experienced tax attorney, as he explains the implications of the Act and answers questions or concerns.

Coffee will be provided.

Capitol Hill Business Sessions, educational sessions and seminars focusing on topics of interest to business owners, are a collaboration between Eastern Market Main Street (www.easternmarketmainstreet.org) and CHAMPS (www.capitolhill.org) and are open to businesses located on Capitol Hill.



About Joel Braithwaite, Esq.

Joel Braithwaite served with the Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia where he litigated Commercial Real Estate Tax Assessment Appeals. His portfolio of negotiated cases has exceeded $10 Billion US Dollars with settlements on an individual property as high at $600 Million in assessed value. He created systems to manage and litigate over $100 Billion US Dollars in litigation. He gained significant trial expertise as a prosecutor before mastering commercial tax assessment appeal litigation. Joel is passionate about paying it forward including working on Bar Passage rates for HBCUs. He is Past President of the J. Franklyn Bourne Bar Association, and Past President of the international Howard University Law Alumni Association. He earned his Masters in Law in Taxation from the Georgetown University Law Center.

About Eastern Market Main Street

The mission of Eastern Market Main Street is to capitalize on our historic assets and entrepreneurial culture to promote and retain our diverse, small businesses through the Main Street Four-Point Approach: Organization, Promotion, Design, and Economic Vitality. EMMS is an officially recognized DC Main Streets program and is funded in part by the Department of Small and Local Business Development.

About CHAMPS

As a local Chamber of Commerce, the Capitol Hill Association of Merchants and Professionals (CHAMPS) is a dynamic organization of Washington, D.C. business and community leaders dedicated to a strong economic environment for the Capitol Hill neighborhood. CHAMPS advocates, connects, and promotes Capitol Hill businesses.

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