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September 28, 2022 – link

  • Insight from the Maryland Legislature on Tracking Devices: October 1, 2022 Update

September 14, 2022 – link

  • Is It a Pet, Or a Service Animal?

September 7, 2022 – link

  • Technology and Your Two Home Family

August 31, 2022 – link

  • J-1 Physician Waiver: 2022-23 Waiver Filing Season

August 24, 2022 – link

  • Should You Leave Your Child Home Alone?

August 17, 2022 – link

  • Defamation:  High-Profile Cases Put the Spotlight on an Often Misunderstood Area of the Law

August 10, 2022 – link

  • To Address the Back-Log of Immigration Work Permits Reviews, USCIS Has Temporarily Extended the EAD Period
  • WCS Immigration Team Scores U.S. Visa for Star Basketball Player

August 3, 2022 – link

  • The IRS Recognizes the Rising Gas Prices in Rare Mid-Year Mileage Rate Adjustment

July 27, 2022 – link

  • Government Contractor Agrees to Pay $9M to Resolve False Claims Act Allegations of Cybersecurity Violations

July 20, 2022 – link

  • Buy American – Just Not Quite Yet

July 13, 2022 – link

  • Nursing Home Care Expenses

July 6, 2022 – link

  • Another Anti-Retaliation Lesson for Employers

June 29, 2022 – link

  • So You Don’t Want to Get Married

June 22, 2022 – link

  • Benefit Corporations and Limited Liability Companies

June 8, 2022 – link

  • DOL Proposes New Changes To The Davis-Bacon Act Regulations

June 1, 2022 – link

  • Ukraine/Russia: Cyber Policy Exclusions

May 25, 2022 – link

  • When a Quote Can’t Be Withdrawn

May 18, 2022 – link

  • Employers Beware: The Use of Biometric Technology Comes with Some Risks

May 11, 2022 – link

  • New OFCCP Directive Signals New Focus on Pay Equity

May 4, 2022 – link

  • Paid Leave’s Arrival in Maryland: Time to Prepare for “Time to Care”
  • USCIS Grants Automatic Extension of EAD Work Permits for Many

April 27, 2022 – link

  • Living Pet Trusts

April 20, 2022 – link

  • The Looming Eradication of Pay-If-Paid and Pay-When-Paid Clauses in Construction Contracts in Virginia
  • Immigration Update

April 13, 2022 – link

  • Pool Season? Check the Water First!

April 6, 2022 – link

  • Insight from the Maryland Legislature on Tracking Devices

March 30, 2022 – link

  • Shielding Court Records of Domestic Protective Order Cases

March 23, 2022 – link

  • To ESOP or Not to ESOP

March 16, 2022 – link

  • Shared Hearts, Separate Assets: The New Age of Pre-Nups

March 9, 2022 – link

  • Social Media Supports a Bid Protest – Better Check Your Online Profiles

March 2, 2022 – link

  • Is Cryptocurrency Kryptonite for Judgment Creditors?  Not So Fast!

February 23, 2022 – link

  • Important Federal Government Contractor Mandatory Vaccine Update

February 16, 2022 – link

  • Demise of Mandatory Arbitration in Sexual Misconduct Cases
  • Taking Time to Heal: Modernizing Bereavement Policies

February 7, 2022 – link

  • Up in Armas: ‘Yesterday” Movie Trailer Turned Lawsuit
  • Biden Administration Issues New Executive Order Requiring Project Labor Agreements

February 2, 2022 – link

  • OSHA Withdraws Vaccine Mandate for Large Private Employers

January 26, 2022 – link

  • Another Bite at the Apple for Small Businesses

January 19, 2022 – link

  • Aftermath of the Supreme Court’s Vaccine Rulings
  • Maryland Income Tax Filing Extension Announced

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  • Maryland High Court Ruling Will Require Employers To Pay Employees For More Pre-Shift And Post-Shift Activities – read now
  • Is It a Pet, Or a Service Animal? –read now
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  • Much Needed Financial Assistance for Restaurants, Breweries and Eateries – read now
  • Temporary Tax Deduction Increase to 100% for Business Meals – read now
  • Maryland’s Minimum Wage Set to Increase January 1, 2021 – read now
  • New Executive Order Addresses “Combating Race and Sex Stereotyping” – read now
  • Four New Maryland Laws Take Effect October 1, 2020 – read now
  • Reopening Safely – Protecting Your Employees and Your Bottom Line – read now
  • New Appeal Process Established by the SBA for PPP Loan Forgiveness Determinations – read now
  • Business Interruption Insurance Coverage Update – read now
  • The DOD Increases Sole Source Contract Opportunities For 8(a) Contractors – read now
  • An Overview of Virginia’s New Insurance Data Security Act – read now
  • Baltimore County Small Business Reimbursement Grant Program  – read now
  • New Laws for Virginia Employers – read now
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  • Sometimes It Can Pay To Cooperate  – read now
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  • The Intersection of Sci-Fi and the Law Where Time Can Stand Still – read now
  • New Year, New Minimum Wage Rates – read now
  • New Year, New Beer (Laws)! –  read now
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  • Holiday Party Liability: Maryland & Virginia – read now
  • FY 2019 GAO Results Are In – read now
  • How to Pay Yourself More in 2020 – read now
  • President Trump Terminates Executive Order Requiring First Right of Refusal for Incumbent Staff – read now
  • Trying to Combat the Race to the Bottom, the DOD Limits LPTA Contracting Method – read now
  • Succeeding as An All Small SBA Joint Venture – read now
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  • Noncompete Agreements Now Illegal for Lower-Wage Maryland Workers – read now
  • Off to College But Are They (and You) Really Prepared for Some of the Hidden Adulting?  – read now  
  • Beers Welcome Cheers and Jeers – read now  
  • Business Insurance: Do I need D&O? E&O? F&O? (Hint: there is no F&O) – read now 
  • Cyberattacks in Maryland Now Require New Notices – read now 
  • Revisiting an Old Problem – read now
  • State Contractors, Be Prepared: Maryland’s Responsible Payment of Employee Health Care Expenses Effective July 1 – read now
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  • Commissions: When Are They Legally Earned? – read now
  • Year 2020 Comprehensive Zoning Process (CZMP)  – read now
  • #MarylandToo – Maryland Legislature Drastically Changes State Anti-Harassment Law – read now
  • Can’t We All Just Get Along – Cooperation Clauses in Insurance Policies  – read now
  • Title VII Discrimination Claims in the Age of Telecommuting  – read now
  • Who is Controlling your Corporate Pocketbook? – read now
  • Misery Loves Company; Your Subcontractor’s Employees are Your Problem Too –  read now
  • Out of State Companies Doing Business In Maryland  – read now
  • Retirement Anyone? Be Mindful of Landmines  – read now
  • Good Deeds Rewarded as Good Deeds – read now
  • Spring Cleaning Priorities for Your Business – read now
  • Fourth Circuit Confirms That Employee Medical Exams Pose ADA Liability Risk – read now
  • Pre-Nuptial Agreements as a Business Value Protection Tool – read now
  • Practice What They Preach – read now
  • Shout-out to the Entrepreneurial Spirit of My Uber Driver – read now
  • Get a Grip on Your Cyber Security Because the DoD is Beginning Compliance Reviews  – read now
  • Do You Operate A Drone Or Use Drone Services In Your Business? Better Check Your Insurance Coverage – read now
  • McTrademarks Takes a Hit for McDonald’s in the EU – read now
  • Shutdown Squeezes Small Businesses More Than Anticipated – read now
  • Part I of Avoiding Uncontrollable FLSA Lawsuits and How Your Unpaid Wages Can Become PAID – read now
  • 5 Hiring Danger Zones – read now
  • Preference Actions in Bankruptcy – Zombie Claims – read now
  • Pushing the Envelope Too Far – read now
  • Fighting for the MBE – read now
  • Are You Getting the Most Out of Your Performance Reviews? – read now
  • Cybersecurity for the Non-Cyber Company: Part II – read now
  • Solid as Sears? Will Your Company Be The Target of a Preference Action? – read now
  • New Regulatory Structure and Regulations for Veteran Owned Businesses  – read now
  • Cybersecurity for the Non-Cyber Company: Part I – read now
  • The Debate Over Unlimited Vacations – read now
  • Labor Traps in Your Contract – read now
  • Potential Big Break for Small Business – read now
  • Streamlined Three-Arbitrator Panel Option  – read now
  • Do I Really Need EPLI Coverage? – read more
  • Ensuring Against the Cyber Inevitability – read more
  • Wave Goodbye to Effective Waivers – Max Stadfeld
  • Brick and Mortar Stores – read more
  • Mind Your State Registration  – read more
  • Contractor Beware – read more
  • New Maryland Laws and Developments, Part II – read more
  • New Maryland Laws and Developments, Part I – read more
  • Maryland Personal Information Protection Act  –read more
  • Employers Beware of the FCA Anti-Retaliation Protections – read more
  • When a Quote Can’t Be Withdrawn – Read Now 
  • New OFCCP Directive Signals New Focus on Pay Equity – Read Now
  • The Looming Eradication of Pay-If-Paid and Pay-When-Paid Clauses in Construction Contracts in Virginia – read now
  • Biden Administration Issues New Executive Order Requiring Project Labor Agreements – read now
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  • Certificates of Insurance  – read now
  • Out of the Ashes— Lessons Can Be Learned  – read now
  • Misery Loves Company; Your Subcontractor’s Employees are Your Problem Too – read now
  • The Importance of Claim Notices and Lien Waivers  – read now
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  • Liquidated Damage Clauses – read now
  • What’s in Your Contract  – read now
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  • Implied Duties In Your Contract  – read now
  • SBA is Considering Changes to the 8(a) HUBZone Programs  – read now
  • Who is an additional insured – Are you covered? – read now
  • Government Contractor Agrees to Pay $9M to Resolve False Claims Act Allegations of Cybersecurity Violations – read now
  • DOL Proposes New Changes To The Davis-Bacon Act Regulations – read now
  • Social Media Supports a Bid Protest – Better Check Your Online Profiles – read now
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  • Don’t Touch That! – read now
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  • What Was Old Is New Again – New Executive Order on “Right of First Refusal” to Service Employees of Predecessor Contracts  – read now
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  • DOJ Issues False Claims Act Report for Fiscal Year 2020  read now
  • New Corporate Transparency Act Became Effective  – read now
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  • OFCCP Renewed Focus on Affirmative Action/EEO Compliance  – read more
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  • The False Claims Act – QUI TAM Actions An Overview read more
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  • Contract Changes – read more
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  • Revisiting an Old Problem – read now
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  • Fourth Circuit Confirms That Employee Medical Exams Pose ADA Liability Risk  – read now
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  • Forgotten Attorney General Opinion May Shield Maryland Employers From Treble – Damage Liability For Overtime Violations  – read now
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  • FMLA Forms Updated – read now
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  • What are Ostentatious Earrings? – read now
  • EEOC Files Seven Harassment Lawsuits – read now
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  • FMLA Biggest Fail – read now
  • Holiday Pay Q&A – read now
  • Beware of Micro-Aggressions – read now
  • EEOC – LGBTQ! – read now
  • EEOC Releases Latest Data – read now
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  • Calculating FMLA Leave During Holidays and Other Breaks – read now
  • Interviewers and Recruiters Beware – read now
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  • The Gift of Employee Leave read  now
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  • The Secure Act – read now
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  • Will A Revocable Trust Do For You What You Think? – read now
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  • A Single Person’s Thoughts About the Unthinkable  – read now
  • R-E-S-P-E-C-T Your Heirs  – read more
  • Still a Little More Work To Do After The Divorce Is Finalized – read more
  • Maryland Estate Tax  – read more
  • Insight from the Maryland Legislature on Tracking Devices: October 1, 2022 Update – read now
  • Technology and Your Two Home Family – read now
  • Should You Leave Your Child Home Alone? – read now 
  • So You Don’t Want to Get Married – read now
  • Shielding Court Records of Domestic Protective Order Cases – read now
  • Shared Hearts, Separate Assets: The New Age of Pre-Nups – read now
  • Keeping the Holidays Happy in Families with Two Households read now
  • Update- To Vaccinate Your Child or Not: Taking a Shot at Reducing the Risk of COVID-19  – read now
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  • Child Support: The Extraordinary Medical Expense Component  – read now
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  • Love and Marriage Take Two: 5 Tips to Prepare for Remarriage – read now
  • Pre-Nuptial Agreements as a Business Value Protection Tool  – read now
  • A Possible Recalculation of Child Support in Maryland  – read now
  • The Bezos’ Divorce  – read now
  • Upcoming Changes to the Tax Law Affecting Alimony  – read now
  • Justin Bieber’s Nuptials – – read now
  • Still a Little More Work To Do After The Divorce Is Finalized  – read more
  • Getting Divorced is About to Get Easier  – read more
  • The Real Cost of Revenge Porn  –read more
  • No Duty to Support a Step-Child … or is there?  –read more
  • J-1 Physician Waiver: 2022-23 Waiver Filing Season – read now
  • To Address the Back-Log of Immigration Work Permits Reviews, USCIS Has Temporarily Extended the EAD Period – read now
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  • USCIS Grants Automatic Extension of EAD Work Permits for Many – read now
  • Immigration Update, April 2022 – read now
  • USCIS Announces Expedited Processing of EAD Work Permit Renewals – read now
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  • Defamation:  High-Profile Cases Put the Spotlight on an Often Misunderstood Area of the Law – read now 
  • The IRS Recognizes the Rising Gas Prices in Rare Mid-Year Mileage Rate Adjustment – read now
  • Nursing Home Care Expenses – read now
  • Living Pet Trusts – read now
  • Pool season? Check the water first! – read now
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