LPP Law Understands the Needs of Small Business

Lawyering with Principles and Purpose means knowing the law and having the ability, creativity and passion to apply it to achieve meaningful results, honestly.

Lynn Perry Parker

After 25 years of practicing law for national and mid-sized firms based in the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia, Lynn Perry Parker launched LPP Law in August 2012. Lynn’s mission is to provide for-profit and nonprofit businesses, and transitioning executives, her knowledge, creativity and passion to achieve purposeful results, honestly and economically. In sum, to provide Lawyering with Principles and Purpose.

LPP Law was created as an alternative to impersonal and inefficient big law firms. As a business owner, you need a lawyer you can call with a quick question or meet with 1-on-1 to discuss your business needs and best options when you need it. A personal relationship with your lawyer contributes to the success and enjoyment of your work. LPP Law’s clients receive a unique balance of knowledge, skill, and personal focus; all essential factors needed whether you are starting, growing, selling, departing or retiring from your business. LPP Law is your partner in business.

LPP Law measures its success by its many long-standing client relationships, client referrals, and “Thank You” notes. Throughout her 30 years of practice, Lynn’s clients have publicly praised her services by independently nominating her for recognition in publications such as the Washington SmartCEO, “Legal Elite.”  Lynn’s peers have recommended she be included among the 5% of lawyers in Maryland and DC named as a Super Lawyer every year since 2012 and a “Top Lawyer” in Washingtonian magazine. By continuing to learn, staying relevant and providing you individualized service, LPP Law is committed to future success.

Lynn enhances and shares her knowledge on matters that concern employers by presenting, writing, and advocating before state and local legislative bodies. Lynn is a contributing author to the Maryland State Bar Association Employment Law Desk Book and presents on hot employment law topics such as misclassifications of employees as independent contractors or as exempt workers to organizations such as Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce, Payroll Network, and Microsoft Partners.