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Smooth Sailing for Businesses

Good sailing is not so much about good conditions as it is about good planning.  Ideal weather conditions obviously make Read More >>

Sizing Up The Competition: Maryland Public Information Act

The Maryland Public Information Act provides the general public with access to government procurement records. Losing a government contract to Read More >>

Real Estate Power of Attorney

Power of Attorney documents can be used in specific situations, such as real estate transactions. A Power of Attorney (POA) Read More >>

“What Is Admiralty Law?” Featured in FBA – Maryland Chapter Newsletter

WCS attorneys David W. Skeen, Esquire and Meighan G. Burton, Esquire were recently featured in the Federal Bar Association, Maryland Chapter Read More >>

David Skeen: Maritime Podcast

The Importance of Being a “Vessel” Under Maritime Law: Lozman v. City of Riviera Beach Florida David Skeen, Partner at Read More >>

Interplay of Forum-Selection Clauses and First-Filed Rule

In Mitek Systems, Inc. v. U.S. Services Automobile Association, a Delaware federal court has held that a forum-selection clause in Read More >>

Non-Competition Covenants in Government Contracts

In Preferred Systems Solutions, Inc. v. GP Consulting, LLC, Virginia Supreme Court has enforced a covenant not to compete in Read More >>

Personal Liability for Violation of Wage Payment and Collection Law

In Campusano v. Lusitano Construction LLC, the Court of Special Appeals has held that that a “four-factor economic reality test Read More >>

Arbitration Clauses in Employment Agreements

In Falls v. 1CI, Inc., the Court of Special Appeals has held that a company’s former CEO is required to Read More >>

Damages for Commercial Contract Breaches

In CR-RSC Tower I, LLC v. RSC Tower I, LLC, Maryland’s Court of Special Appeals has held that certain defendant Read More >>