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By Glenn Gordon
A recent holding of the Court of Special Appeals of Maryland is of significance to companies defending personal injury lawsuits—particularly those where the nature or extent of a plaintiff's alleged injuries is in dispute.
By Ajay Jagtiani
On Thursday, June 29, 2017, Sens. Hatch and Markey introduced the "Promoting Good Cyber Hygiene Act" that would direct the NIST to establish a set of baseline voluntary best practices...
By Glenn Gordon
A recent holding of the Court of Special Appeals of Maryland is of significance to companies defending personal injury lawsuits—particularly those where the nature or extent of a plaintiff's alleged injuries is in dispute.
By Lindsay Sfekas
Next term the Supreme Court hopefully will provide an answer to the hotly debated question whether the Dodd-Frank Act's anti-retaliation provision (Section 21F) protects only those whistleblowers who report violations to the Securities and Exchange Commission ("SEC"), or if the protections extend to those who report concerns internally.
By Ajay Jagtiani
Thus, if you receive a notice of abandonment, you must file a petition to revive your application within two months of the issue date of the notice.
By Benjamin Guthorn
Co-working space offers the amenities of a large sophisticated office to companies of varying size without the hassle of dealing with buying furniture, securing utility hookups, or buying coffee.
By Scott Wilson
Merger and purchase agreements involving Maryland corporations and REITs may be governed by Maryland law.
By Ajay Jagtiani
Given increased demand for litigation finance in the IP space, it's more crucial than ever for patent owners to understand their financing options so they can secure the optimal solution.
By Caitlin McAtee
It is pretty well known that Maryland imposes taxes upon the sale/purchase of real property. The State requires both a recordation tax and a transfer tax to be paid whenever an ownership interest in property...
By Nicole Whitecar, Justin Eller
One of the most common types of litigation facing employers is the Fair Labor Standards Act ("FLSA") collective action.
By Marc Sloane
In April of 2015, the National Labor Relations Board ("NLRB") issued its new Election Rule ("Rule") governing representation case procedures.
By Ajay Jagtiani
It is rare, but there are times where one will file a European Application (EA) and then change their mind due to business considerations.
By Marc Sloane
In April of 2015, the National Labor Relations Board ("NLRB") issued its new Election Rule ("Rule") governing representation case procedures.
By Ajay Jagtiani
In 2009, the Indian government implemented provisions under the Competition Act of 2002 for prohibition of anti-competitive agreements and abuse of dominant positions in India.
By Van Hilderbrand Jr
The United States is one of a handful of countries in which private real property owners can hold and own subsurface mineral rights. In a majority of countries, only the government can own and benefit...
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