After a thorough application and vetting process, the City of Orlando has officially awarded DHN Attorneys certification as a minority-owned business enterprise. Our law firm is 1 out of approximately just 10 law firms in Orlando that has received this certification.

The Minority & Women Business Enterprise Program was established to increase opportunity for minority and women-owned firms to participate in city procurement and to ensure equal contracting opportunities. The goal is to award minority business enterprises with 18% of the City’s annual monetary value of contracts and subcontracts for supplies, services, and construction.

The City of Orlando has developed a thorough certification process which includes a review of company ownership, management control, and operation control to determine compliant with the City of Orlando’s Certification Board Rules and City of Orlando Code. Requirements include at least 51% independently owned and controlled by qualified minorities or women and provides a commercially useful business function according to customs and practices of the industry.

The application and certification process were spearheaded and largely undertaken by marketing director Nanda Ramsaywack. “One of our greatest strengths as an office and as a team is our diversity. We strongly support the City of Orlando’s mission with its MWBE Program,” says Ms. Ramsaywack. “We are proud to be one of the few law firms to be officially certified by the City of Orlando.”

DHN Attorneys, a Preeminent AV-Rated law firm, was established in 2013 . We are a team of tight-knit legal professionals dedicated to providing personalized service to communities associations, investors, and entrepreneurs throughout Florida. In every year since being established, we have been recognized by the Orlando Business Journal as one of the Top Real Estate Law Firms.  Together, with our clients, we get it done. For more information, visit www.DHNattorneys.com and www.HoaLawOrlando.com.

 

City of Orlando Certifies DHN Attorneys as a Minority-Owned Business Enterprise

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