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April 14, 2021 – link

  • Temporary Tax Deduction Increase to 100% for Business Meals – read now
  • Much Needed Financial Assistance for Restaurants, Eateries and Breweries – read now

April 7, 2021 – link

  • Update – To Vaccinate Your Child or Not: Taking a Shot at Reducing the Risk of COVID-19

March 31, 2021 – link

  • It’s Hiring Time. Here are 5 Key Tips for Interviewing Job Candidates

March 24, 2021

  • IRS Extends Deadline for 2020 Individual Income Tax Filings – link
  • Family Law Insight from the Maryland Legislature – link

March 17, 2021 – link

  • Empowering Relationship Decisions through Financial Literacy

March 10, 2021 – link

  • Record Numbers of Fraudulent Unemployment Claims Filed in Maryland Since January 2021

March 3, 2021 – link

  • Employee Retention Tax Credit Update

February 24, 2021 – link

  • Ban on Non-Compete Agreements Amendment Act of 2020  – read now
  • Certificates of Insurance – read now

February 17, 2021 – link

  • Remember Maryland Employers: You Cannot Ask Candidates about Salary History

February 10, 2021 – link

  • President Biden’s Department of Homeland Security Delays Changes to H-1B Lottery

February 3, 2021 – link

  • OSHA Issues Guidance on Preventing Workplace Spread of COVID-19 – read now
  • Losing the Clydesdales: How Budweiser is Setting an Example to Revitalize COVID Business Operations – read now

January 27, 2021 – link

  • DOJ Issues False Claims Act Report for Fiscal Year 2020

January 20, 2021 – link

  • A Monumental Week from the Perspective of a Family Lawyer

January 13, 2021 – link

  • New Corporate Transparency Act Became Effective

January 7, 2021 – link

  • Pre-Nuptial Agreements as a Business Value Protection Tool

December 30, 2020 – link

  • UPDATE: FFCRA May be Voluntarily Extended by Employers Until March 31, 2021
  • New Years Resolutions to Get in Shape (Professionally, that is)

December 16, 2020 – link

  • Can, and Should, Employers Mandate COVID-19 Vaccines?

December 9, 2020 – link

  • FFCRS End on December 31, 2020 – what Comes Next for Employers?

December 2, 2020 – link

  • To Vaccinate Your Child or Not: Taking a Shot at Reducing the Risk of COVID-19

November 25, 2020 – link

  • The Aftermath of the Election From the Perspective of a Family Lawyer
  • Is That Employee Holiday Gift Taxable?

November 18, 2020 – link

  • Are Your Employees Spreading Holiday Cheer or COVID-19
  • Free Britney Spears!

November 11, 2020 –link

  • Surprising Similarities Between the 2020 Presidential Election and Family Law Litigation

November 4, 2020 – link

  • Controlling Your Destiny: The Rise of Online Mediations

October 29, 2020 – link

  • Are You Getting the Most Out of Your Performance Reviews?
  • Turn Back the Clocks, but Not Your Productivity

October 21, 2020 – link

  • New Rules Combine SBA 8(a) Business Development Mentor-Protégé Program with the All Small Mentor-Protégé Program – read now

October 14, 2020 – link

  • Excess Vacation in 2020 — What to do? What to do? – read now

October 7, 2020 – link

  • Maryland’s Minimum Wage Set to Increase January 1, 2021 – read now
  • New Executive Order Addresses “Combating Race and Sex Stereotyping” – read now

September 30, 2020 – link

  • Four New Maryland Laws Take Effect October 1, 2020 – read now
  • Reopening Safely – Protecting Your Employees and Your Bottom Line – read now

September 23, 2020 – link

  • New Appeal Process Established by the SBA for PPP Loan Forgiveness Determinations – read now
  • U.S. Census Bureau Releases New Data on Minority and Women-Owned Businesses – read now

September 16, 2020 – link

  • Educate Yourself on How College Accounts are Considered When Dividing Marital Property – read now
  • Getting Divorced?  Don’t Forget Health Insurance – read now

September 9, 2020 – link

  • Food Trucks, Keep On Truckin’- read now
  • Telework During Pandemic Does Not Set Precedent – read now

September 2, 2020 – link

  • If My Employees CHOOSE to Keep Their Kids Home From School for Remote Learning, Do I Have to Hold Open Their Jobs? The DOL Provides New Guidance – read now

August 26, 2020 – link

  • Business Interruption Insurance Coverage Update – read now

August 19, 2020 – link

  • What? New FMLA Forms? When Did That Happen? – read now
  • Protesting The Space Between – read now

August 12, 2020 – link

  • What Does it Mean to Disinfect the Workplace? – read now
  • On COVID-19 and Its Effect on Claims – read now

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  • Much Needed Financial Assistance for Restaurants, Breweries and Eateries – Diane S. Kotkinread now
  • Maryland’s Minimum Wage Set to Increase January 1, 2021 – read now
  • New Executive Order Addresses “Combating Race and Sex Stereotyping” – Michael Stoverread now
  • Four New Maryland Laws Take Effect October 1, 2020 – Laura Rubenstein – 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 – Michael Stover – read now
  • Business Interruption Insurance Coverage Update –Michael Stover – read now
  • The DOD Increases Sole Source Contract Opportunities For 8(a) Contractors – Michael Stover – read now
  • An Overview of Virginia’s New Insurance Data Security Act – Thomas Moran – read now
  • Baltimore County Small Business Reimbursement Grant Program – Morgan Dilks – read now
  • New Laws for Virginia Employers – Don Walsh – read now
  • Employer Leave Donation Programs Benefiting COVID-19 Victims (IRC §170) – Mary Alice Smolarek – read now
  • Judge Orders “Tiger King’s” Zoo Turned Over to Nemesis Carole Baskin – read now
  • Door Dash – When Individual Arbitration Goes Wrong – read now
  • Up in the AirBnB: Is Your Area Dealing With Short-Term Rentals? – Justin Thatch – read now
  • Interviewing: It’s A Lot Like Dating – Laura L. Rubenstein – read now
  • Sometimes It Can Pay To Cooperate – Michael Stover – read now
  • The Old Bait And Switch – Michael Stover – read now
  • If You Have Employees in D.C., You Have Another New Set of Labor Requirements – Laura L. Rubenstein – read now
  • The Intersection of Sci-Fi and the Law Where Time Can Stand Still – Michael Stover – read now
  • New Year, New Minimum Wage Rates – Don Walsh – read now
  • New Year, New Beer (Laws)! – Morgan Dilks –  read now
  • New Year, New IRS Form – Don Walsh –  read now
  • Holiday Party Liability: Maryland & Virginia – Justin Thatch – read now
  • FY 2019 GAO Results Are In – Michael Stover – read now
  • How to Pay Yourself More in 2020 – Laura L. Rubenstein – read now
  • President Trump Terminates Executive Order Requiring First Right of Refusal for Incumbent Staff – Don Walsh – read now
  • Trying to Combat the Race to the Bottom, the DOD Limits LPTA Contracting Method – Michael A.  Stover – read now
  • Succeeding as An All Small SBA Joint Venture – Don Walsh – read now
  • Can A Later Contract Automatically Cancel A Prior Contract? It Depends on the Law of Novation – Michael Stover – read now
  • Noncompete Agreements Now Illegal for Lower-Wage Maryland Workers – Laura L. Rubenstein – read now
  • Off to College But Are They (and You) Really Prepared for Some of the Hidden Adulting? – Mary Alice Smolarek – read now  
  • Beers Welcome Cheers and Jeers – Justin A. Thatch – read now  
  • Business Insurance: Do I need D&O? E&O? F&O? (Hint: there is no F&O) – Jason Potter – read now 
  • Cyberattacks in Maryland Now Require New Notices – Don Walsh – read now 
  • Revisiting an Old Problem – Don Walsh – read now
  • State Contractors, Be Prepared: Maryland’s Responsible Payment of Employee Health Care Expenses Effective July 1 – read now
  • Sorry, I Think You Have the Wrong Number – Social Security No-Match Letters – read now
  • Commissions: When Are They Legally Earned?- Marc Campsen – read now
  • Year 2020 Comprehensive Zoning Process (CZMP)  – J. Neil Lanzi – 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 – Michael Stover – read now
  • Title VII Discrimination Claims in the Age of Telecommuting – Marc Campsenread now
  • Who is Controlling your Corporate Pocketbook? – Laura Rubenstein – read now
  • Misery Loves Company; Your Subcontractor’s Employees are Your Problem Too – Don Walsh–  read now
  • Out of State Companies Doing Business In Maryland – Jason Potter – read now
  • Retirement Anyone? Be Mindful of Landmines – James W. Constable – read now
  • Good Deeds Rewarded as Good Deeds – Don Walsh – read now
  • Spring Cleaning Priorities for Your Business – Lisa D. Sparks – read now
  • Fourth Circuit Confirms That Employee Medical Exams Pose ADA Liability Risk – Paul Evelius – read now
  • Pre-Nuptial Agreements as a Business Value Protection Tool – Renée Bronfein Ades – read now
  • Practice What They Preach – Don Walsh – read now
  • Shout-out to the Entrepreneurial Spirit of My Uber Driver- Don Walshread now
  • Get a Grip on Your Cyber Security Because the DoD is Beginning Compliance Reviews – Michael Stover – read now
  • Do You Operate A Drone Or Use Drone Services In Your Business? Better Check Your Insurance Coverage – Michael Stover – read now
  • McTrademarks Takes a Hit for McDonald’s in the EU – Lisa D. Sparks – read now
  • Shutdown Squeezes Small Businesses More Than Anticipated – Don Walsh – read now
  • Part I of Avoiding Uncontrollable FLSA Lawsuits and How Your Unpaid Wages Can Become PAID – Marc Campsen and Don Walsh – read now
  • 5 Hiring Danger Zones – Laura Rubenstein – read now
  • Preference Actions in Bankruptcy – Zombie Claims – Michael Stover – read now
  • Pushing the Envelope Too Far – Don Walsh – read now
  • Fighting for the MBE – Don Walshread now
  • Are You Getting the Most Out of Your Performance Reviews? – read now
  • Cybersecurity for the Non-Cyber Company: Part II – Don Walsh – read now
  • Solid as Sears? Will Your Company Be The Target of a Preference Action? – Doug Seitzread now
  • New Regulatory Structure and Regulations for Veteran Owned Businesses – Michael Stoverread now
  • Cybersecurity for the Non-Cyber Company: Part I – Don Walshread now
  • The Debate Over Unlimited Vacations – Laura Rubenstein read now
  • Labor Traps in Your Contract – Don Walshread now
  • Potential Big Break for Small Business – read now
  • Streamlined Three-Arbitrator Panel Option – James W. Constableread now
  • Do I Really Need EPLI Coverage? – Don Walsh – read more
  • Ensuring Against the Cyber Inevitability – Don Walshread more
  • Wave Goodbye to Effective Waivers – Max Stadfeldread more
  • Leveling Online Sales Retailers With Brick and Mortar Stores – Don Walshread more
  • Mind Your State Registration – Marie Ignozziread more
  • Contractor Beware – Don Walshread more
  • New Maryland Laws and Developments, Part II – Don Walshread more
  • New Maryland Laws and Developments, Part I – Don Walshread more
  • Maryland Personal Information Protection Act – Michael Stoverread more
  • Employers Beware of the FCA Anti-Retaliation Protections – Michael Stoverread more
  • Certificates of Insurance – Michael Stover – read now
  • Out of the Ashes— Lessons Can Be Learned – Michael Stover – read now
  • Misery Loves Company; Your Subcontractor’s Employees are Your Problem Too – Don Walsh – read now
  • The Importance of Claim Notices and Lien Waivers – Michael Stoverread now
  • OSHA Top 10 Violations for 2018 – Michael Stoverread now
  • Pay-If-Paid Versus Pay-When-Paid Clauses – Michael Stoverread now
  • Does Your Coverage Give You Cover for Defective Work by Others? – Jason Potterread now
  • Liquidated Damage Clauses – Michael Stoverread now
  • What’s in Your Contract – Michael Stover read now
  • The Effect of Incorporating Documents by Reference – Michael Stoverread now
  • Implied Duties In Your Contract – Michael Stover – read now
  • SBA is Considering Changes to the 8(a) HUBZone Programs – Michael Stoverread now
  • Who is an additional insured – Are you covered? – Michael Stoverread now
  • DOJ Issues False Claims Act Report for Fiscal Year 2020 – Michael Stover read now
  • New Corporate Transparency Act Became Effective – Michael Stover – read now
  • The DOD Increases Sole Source Contract Opportunities For 8(a) Contractors – Michael Stover – read now
  • Picky, Picky, Picky – Government Over-Inspection Could Be A Breach – Michael Stover – read now
  • Department of Labor Discretionary Suspensions and Debarments Just Became a Whole Lot Easier and Faster – That Is Probably Not A Good Thing – Michael Stover – read now
  • Buy American Revamp – President Issues New Executive Order – Michael Stover – read now
  • ASBCA Makes Headway – Don Walsh – read now
  • 2018 GAO Bid Protest Annual Report – Michael Stover – read now
  • Ignorance Can Turn a Small Contractor into an Ineligible Large Contractor – Don Walsh – read more
  • Labor Traps in Your Contract – Don Walshread more
  • Federal Contractors Getting Ready for Government Snooping – Michael Stover – read more
  • The Thrill of Victory… The Agony of the Contract – Don Walsh – read more
  • OFCCP Renewed Focus on Affirmative Action/EEO Compliance – Michael Stover – read more
  • Missed It By That Much – Michael Stover – read more
  • Don’t Ignore Your Contract Notice Provisions by Michael Stover – read more
  • What’s in Your Contract by Michael Stover – read more
  • The Effect of Incorporating Documents by Reference by Michael Stover – read more
  • Implied Duties In Your Contract by Michael  Stover – read more
  • SBA is Considering Changes to the 8(a) HUBZone Programs by Michael Stover – read more
  • Who is an additional insured – Are you covered? by Michael Stover – read more
  • Do You Know Where Your Payments Are Going? Uncle SAM Has Been Hacked! – Michael Stover – read more
  • False Claims Act Liability for Third Parties – Michael Stover – read more
  • March Tournament Fever – Don Walsh – read more
  • The Accidental Protest – Michael Stover – read more
  • Pushing the Government Contracting Officer – Don Walsh – read more
  • The Automatic Stay in Bankruptcy – An Overview – Michael Stover – read more
  • 2018 National Defense Authorization Act – Impact on Procurement Regulations – Michael Stover – read more
  • The False Claims Act – QUI TAM Actions An Overview – Michael Stover – read more
  • New Partnership Audit Rules – Don Walsh – read more
  • Minimizing the Financial Impact of the Shut Down – Don Walsh – read more
  • Highway Contractors Get Ready to Start Your Engines – Michael Stover – read more
  • New Protest Rules – Don Walsh – read more
  • Contract Changes – Don Walsh – read more
  • It’s Hiring Time. Here are 5 Key Tips for Interviewing Candidates – Laura L. Rubensteinread now
  • Record Numbers of Fraudulent Unemployment Claims Filed in Maryland Since January 2021 – Laura L. Rubenstein read now
  • Employee Retention Tax Credit Update – Morgan T. Dilksread now
  • Ban on Non-Compete Agreements Amendment Act of 2020 – Diane S. Kotkin and Laura L. Rubenstein read now
  • Certificates of Insurance – read now
  • Remember Maryland Employers: You Cannot Ask Candidates about Salary History – Laura Rubenstein read now
  • President Biden’s Department of Homeland Security Delays Changes to H-1B Lottery – read now
  • OSHA Issues Guidance on Preventing Workplace Spread of COVID-19 – Paul Eveliusread now
  • Losing the Clydesdales: How Budweiser is Setting an Example to Revitalize COVID Business Operations – read now
  • UPDATE: FFCRA May be Voluntarily Extended by Employers Until March 31, 2021 read now
  • Can, and Should, Employers Mandate COVID-19 Vaccines? – Melissa McGuire read now
  • FFCRA End on December 31, 2020 – What Comes Next for Employers? –  listen now
  • Are Those Employee Holiday Gifts Taxable? – Melissa McGuire read now
  • Are Your Employees Spreading Holiday Cheer or COVID-19? – read now
  • Four New Maryland Laws Take Effect October 1, 2020 – Laura Rubenstein – read now
  • Reopening Safely – Protecting Your Employees and Your Bottom Line – read now
  • Telework During Pandemic Does Not Set Precedent – Laura Rubenstein – read now
  • Ban the Box Takes Effect in Maryland on February 29, 2020 – read now
  • EMPLOYER ALERT: Now One Less Reporting Requirement on Federal EEO-1 Reports – Laura L. Rubenstein – read now
  • Interviewing: It’s A Lot Like Dating – Laura L. Rubenstein – read now
  • If You Have Employees in D.C., You Have Another New Set of Labor Requirements – Laura L. Rubenstein – read now
  • 5 Tips to Address and Prevent Workplace Violence – Laura L. Rubenstein – read now
  • How to Pay Yourself More in 2020 – Laura L. Rubenstein – read now
  • Trust the Process – Don Walsh – read now
  • Playing Your Ball Where it Lies – Don Walsh – read now
  • Is 13 the Lucky Number? – Laura L. Rubenstein – read now
  • No, I Don’t Represent the “Dark Side” – Laura L. Rubenstein – read now
  • DOL Issues New Overtime Rule Effective January 1, 2020 – read now
  • “They/Them/Theirs or Ze/Hir” – Laura L. Rubenstein – read now
  • HR Mashup – Don Walsh –  read now
  • Generation Z, Welcome to the Workforce! – Laura L. Rubenstein – read now
  • Noncompete Agreements Now Illegal for Lower-Wage Maryland Workers – Laura L. Rubenstein – read now
  • Be Wary of Unintended Liability Through Employment Policies – Paul Evelius – read now
  • The Saga of Antonio Brown’s Helmet – Morgan T. Dilks – read now
  • Take This Job and Shove It! – Morgan T. Dilks – read now
  • Does Your Workplace Dress Code Policy Discriminate Against Men? – Laura L. Rubenstein – read now  
  • Minimizing Workplace Theft – Laura L. Rubenstein –  read now
  • Your Loneliest Employees Are Working From Home – Laura L. Rubenstein – read now
  • Revisiting an Old Problem – Don Walsh – read now
  • State Contractors, Be Prepared: Maryland’s Responsible Payment of Employee Health Care Expenses Effective July 1 – read now
  • Sorry, I Think You Have the Wrong Number – Social Security No-Match Letters – read now
  • #MarylandToo – Maryland Legislature Drastically Changes State Anti-Harassment Law – read now
  • Shaken & Stirred—Hazards to Employers When Employees Drink at Work Events – Lisa D. Sparks – read now
  • The Most Obvious and Overlooked Employee Wellness Program – Positive Morale – Laura Rubensteinread now
  • HR Mistakes Happen, Own Up to Them – Laura Rubenstein – read now
  • Do Workplace Wellness Programs Work? – Laura Rubensteinread now
  • Fourth Circuit Reminds Employers To Treat Workplace Depression With Care – Paul Evelius – read now
  • The New Maryland Minimum Wage After the “Fight for Fifteen” – read now
  • Who is Controlling your Corporate Pocketbook? – Laura Rubenstein – read now
  • Workplace Meeting Complaints – Laura Rubenstein – read now
  • Retirement Anyone? Be Mindful of Landmines – James W. Constableread now
  • Good Deeds Rewarded as Good Deeds – Don Walsh – read now
  • Spring Cleaning Priorities for Your Business – Lisa D. Sparks – read now
  • Fourth Circuit Confirms That Employee Medical Exams Pose ADA Liability Risk – Paul Evelius – read now
  • No “Hellish” Standard For Workplace Harassment Claims – Paul Eveliusread now
  • Should You Tell Your Employees How to Dress? – Laura Rubenstein – read now
  • Practice What They Preach – Don Walsh – read now
  • Would You Forego Vacation to Get Student Loan Relief? – Laura Rubenstein – read now
  • When You Undertake Workplace Training, Don’t Forget to Get Your Board Members on that Train Too!- Laura Rubenstein – read now
  • 5 Hiring Danger Zones – Laura Rubenstein – read now
  • A FMLA Pitfall Story – Not to Be Repeated – Laura Rubenstein – read now
  • Right to Work vs. At-Will Employment – What Does it all Mean? – Laura Rubenstein – read now
  • Pushing the Envelope Too Far – Don Walsh – read now
  • No College Degree? No Problem – Laura Rubenstein – read now
  • Are You Getting the Most Out of Your Performance Reviews? – read now
  • Forgotten Attorney General Opinion May Shield Maryland Employers From Treble – Damage Liability For Overtime Violations – Paul Evelius – read now
  • The Debate Over Unlimited Vacations – Laura Rubenstein – read now
  • Who You Calling A Girl? – Laura Rubenstein – read now
  • WWR ALERT! Employer FCRA Notice Changing – Don Walsh – read now
  • When Should You Tell an Employee to “Suck it up”? – Laura Rubensteinread now
  • When A Well Written Harassment Policy Is Not Enough – read now
  • FMLA Forms Updated – Don Walsh – read now
  • Small Issues Become Big Problems for Inattentive Employers – read now
  • What are Ostentatious Earrings? – Laura Rubenstein – read now
  • EEOC Files Seven Harassment Lawsuits – Laura Rubenstein – read now
  • Employer Liability for Harassment Extends to Actions of Customers As Well – Don Walsh – read now
  • Legislation is Cracking Down on Employers Hiding from Accountability for Harassment – Don Walsh – read now
  • Are Your Employees Taking Summer Vacation? – Laura Rubenstein – read now
  • Mind the Illegal Pay Gap – Don Walsh – read now
  • Should I Have My Employees Sign Arbitration Agreements – read now
  • Maryland Adopts New (Under-Publicized) Sexual Harassment Law – Paul Evelius – read now
  • Appeals Courts Says Allowing An Employee To Work While on FMLA Leave Can Be Lawful – Paul Evelius – read now 
  • Do I Owe My Employees Accrued Vacation At Termination? – Laura Rubenstein – read now
  • Supreme Court Rejects “Narrow” Reading of Overtime Exemptions – Paul Evelius – read now
  • Forcing Employees to Practice the Onionhead Religion at Work, or any Religion for that Matter, is Unlawful – Laura Rubenstein – read now
  • What Equal Pay Days Means in Maryland – read now
  • Think Using LinkedIn to Communicate with Customers of Your Former Employer is OK? Think Again – Laura Rubenstein – read now
  • Happy 50th ADEA! – Don Walsh – read now
  • Tips for Communication with a Grieving Employee – Laura Rubenstein – read now
  • New 2018 Rules for Paying Interns – Laura Rubenstein – read now
  • “Age Will Matter” Cost Company $50,000 – Laura Rubenstein – read now
  • United Airlines Announces Replacement of Quarterly Performance Bonuses with… a Lottery?!?! – Don Walsh – read now
  • The Customer Isn’t Always Right – When Customers Violate Your Sexual Harassment Policy – Laura Rubenstein – read now
  • Maryland Employers: Hang This Poster in Your Workplace – Laura Rubenstein – read now
  • FMLA Biggest Fail – Laura Rubenstein – read now
  • Holiday Pay Q&A – read now
  • Beware of Micro-Aggressions – Don Walsh – read now
  • EEOC – LGBTQ! – James W. Constable – read now
  • EEOC Releases Latest Data – read now
  • The Loss of the Deduction for Employee Transit Subsidies – Don Walsh – read now
  • Calculating FMLA Leave During Holidays and Other Breaks – Laura Rubenstein – read now
  • Interviewers and Recruiters Beware – Laura Rubenstein – read now
  • Minimum Wage Increases in Montgomery County? – Laura Rubenstein – read now
  • Prince George’s County Expand Mandatory PTO Policy – Don Walsh – read now
  • The Gift of Employee Leave – Laura Rubenstein – read  now
  • Paid if Paid VS. Paid When Paid – Max Stadfeld – read now
  • Does Your Insurance Cover That? – Don Walsh – read now
  • EPLI Coverage Review by Don Walsh – read now
  • Disciplining Employees While They Are On FMLA Leave – Laura Rubenstein – read now
  • New Year – New Ideas Introducing … Protected Weekends – Laura Rubenstein – read now
  • Employer Leave Donation Programs Benefiting COVID-19 Victims (IRC §170)  – read now
  • The Secure Act – Michael Gordon – read now
  • Don’t Forget Dec. 31 Deadline for Most Retirees to Take Required Minimum Distributions – Mary Alice Smolarek – read now
  • Where There’s A Will, There’s An Estate Attorney – read now
  • Will A Revocable Trust Do For You What You Think? – Michael Gordon – read now
  • Off to College But Are They (and You) Really Prepared for Some of the Hidden Adulting? – Mary Alice Smolarek – read now  
  • A Single Person’s Thoughts About the Unthinkable – Michael Gordon – read now
  • R-E-S-P-E-C-T Your Heirs – Marie Ignozziread more
  • Still a Little More Work To Do After The Divorce Is Finalized – Mary Alice Smolarekread more
  • Maryland Estate Tax – Mary Alice Smolarekread more
  • Update- To Vaccinate Your Child or Not: Taking a Shot at Reducing the Risk of COVID-19 – Renee Bronfein Ades – read now
  • Family Law Insight from the Maryland Legislature – Mollie Caplisread now
  • Empowering Relationship Decisions through Financial Literacy – Renee Bronfein Adesread now
  • A Monumental Week from the Perspective of a Family Lawyer – Mollie Caplis read now
  • To Vaccinate Your Child or Not: Taking a Shot at Reducing the Risk of COVID-19 – Renee Bronfein Ades – read now
  • The Aftermath of the Election from the Perspective of a Family Lawyer – Mollie Caplisread now
  • Surprising Similarities Between the 2020 Presidential Election and Family Law Litigation – Mollie Caplisread now
  • Controlling Your Destiny: The Rise of Online Mediations – Renee Bronfein Adesread now
  • Educate Yourself on How College Accounts are Considered When Dividing Marital Property – Mollie Caplis – read now
  • Getting Divorced?  Don’t Forget Health Insurance – Frederick L. Kobb read now
  • Calling All Parents: It’s Time to Plan for the Unknown – Mollie Caplis – read now
  • All Kidding Aside, Pick Up the Phone When Your Ex Calls! – Mollie Caplis – read now
  • Child Support: The Extraordinary Medical Expense Component – Frederick L. Kobb – read now
  • A Better Way to “Consciously Uncouple” – Collaborative Divorce – Frederick Kobb – read now
  • Love and Marriage Take Two: 5 Tips to Prepare for Remarriage – Morgan Dilks – read now
  • Pre-Nuptial Agreements as a Business Value Protection Tool – Renée Bronfein Ades – read now
  • A Possible Recalculation of Child Support in Maryland – Frederick Kobb – read now
  • The Bezos’ Divorce – Frederick Kobb – read now
  • Upcoming Changes to the Tax Law Affecting Alimony – Frederick Kobb – read now
  • Justin Bieber’s Nuptials – Mollie Caplis – read now
  • Still a Little More Work To Do After The Divorce Is Finalized – Mary Alice Smolarek – read more
  • Getting Divorced is About to Get Easier – Frederick Kobb – read more
  • The Real Cost of Revenge Porn – A. Michelle Gomola –read more
  • No Duty to Support a Step-Child … or is there? – A. Michelle Gomolaread more
  • Temporary Tax Deduction Increase to 100% for Business Meals – Mary Alice Smolarekread now
  • IRS Extends Deadline for 2020 Individual Income Tax Filings – Mary Alice Smolarekread now
  • New Years Resolutions to Get in Shape (Professionally, that is) – Lisa D. Sparksread now
  • Free Britney Spears! – Morgan Dilksread now
  • Turn Back the Clock, but Not Your Productivity – WCS Outreachread now
  • Door Dash – When Individual Arbitration Goes Wrong – read now
  • Up in the AirBnB: Is Your Area Dealing With Short-Term Rentals? – Justin Thatch – read now
  • Help With Your Weight Loss Resolution – Michael Stover – read now
  • How to Handle School Bullying – Thomas Moran – read now
  • Off to College But Are They (and You) Really Prepared for Some of the Hidden Adulting? – Mary Alice Smolarek – read now  
  • Landlords, Beware of These New Laws – Thomas J. Moran – read now
  • It Is All Fun and Games Until Someone’s Eye Gets Poked Out – Justin Thatch –  read now
  • Year 2020 Comprehensive Zoning Process (CZMP)  – J. Neil Lanzi – read now
  • Installing a Pool? Be Careful Before You Dive In – J. Neil Lanzi – read now
  • When Opportunity Knocks, Answer The Door – New Opportunity Zones – Michael Stover – read now
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