Relatively few attorneys have a background as a CPA in addition to their law degree. Even fewer can say that they have written one of the most comprehensive books on their chosen area of practice. Attorney David B. Tatge, founder of Washington, D.C. law firm David B. Tatge, PLLC, can claim both those distinctions.
David Tatge has over three decades' experience in the practice of law. He recently founded his own law firm, a general practice with a focus on asset-based finance, business and corporate law, and bankruptcy and creditors' rights. The firm also offers estate planning and civil litigation services.
A former CPA (now inactive) and lead author of one of the foremost treatises on factoring law (American Factoring Law), David Tatge has an unrivaled depth of experience in his practice areas. He prides himself not only on his legal knowledge, but on the creative problem-solving skills that allow him to guide his clients through financial and legal travails to the best possible outcome.
David B. Tatge, PLLC's website features a crisp blue, white, and gray color scheme whose tones are echoed in the photos of Washington D.C. featured throughout the site. David has been recognized by numerous legal organizations, and the simple background of the design allows the badges denoting these honors to spring forth from the page.
All of the content on the website was written by one of The Modern Firm's attorney-writers in consultation with David Tatge in order to best capture the nature of the practice and the services offered. As with all websites designed by The Modern Firm, personalized training has been provided so that the firm will be able to easily make any needed edits to content in the future.
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Based in Oak Hill, Virginia, 25 miles Northwest of Washington, D.C., David B. Tatge PLLC serves clients throughout the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area, nationwide; the firm represents international clients as well.