Greg Ewing has joined the firm as an attorney, working primarily in its Litigation Practice Group. Greg’s practice will focus on dispute resolution, whether it be through litigation or arbitration.
His complete bio can be found here.
The 437th session of the General Assembly of Maryland ended April 10, 2017. The following is a recap of just some of the employment related ...read more
At the beginning of the year, 2017 was looking to be a very productive one for the General Assembly when it came to bills affecting ...read more
The Maryland General Assembly eased the burden on small business owners this last past legislative session, something it should seek to do with greater frequency ...read more
As of Tuesday, April 4 it seems Maryland mandatory paid sick and safe leave will most likely not become law this year. After months of ...read more
One of the biggest fears people have when buying a used car is that they will get a lemon. Cars are complex; sellers can be ...read more
As April 15th quickly approaches, many people are in the process of reviewing the charitable gifts they made to their favorite charity, religious organization ...read more
If you conduct business online it is essential to have strong, binding terms of service. Simply providing a link to those terms on your website ...read more
You’ve just received a letter or a filed Complaint from someone who claims to hold a patent and which they believe you are infringing ...read more
The United States stands nearly alone in the world in that it does not have a unified, overarching privacy law. Instead, privacy law in the ...read more
Arbitration has been touted as the next generation of business dispute resolution and as a result, many businesses have included arbitration agreements in their contracts ...read more
Every day, thousands of elderly or disabled Americans are faced with the need to ask for assistance from a family member or friend to help ...read more
The 2017 Legislative Session begins on January 11. Several labor and employment issues, including state mandated Paid Sick Leave, $15/hour minimum wage, the Fair ...read more
The new year brought several updates to existing employment laws including to Paid Sick Leave, Revised I-9, Employer Wellness Programs and the Fair Labor Standards ...read more
Columbia, MD - Davis, Agnor, Rapaport and Skalny, LLC, one of the region’s leading law firms, today announced that Governor Larry Hogan has appointed Attorney ...read more
Forms W-2 and l099-MISC.
When a business pays nonemployee compensation aggregating to $600 or more to a single payee in the tax year, the business ...
Starting a company 401k plan is a great milestone for a small businesses owner. It not only helps your employees save for their financial future ...read more
For Immediate Release
November 23, 2016
Yesterday a federal district court judge in Texas issued an injunction temporarily halting the implementation of the Department of ...read more
Last May, the Department of Labor (DOL) issued its new Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) overtime rule. The Final Rule focuses primarily on updating the ...read more
Imagine this: Your daughter goes off to college across the country. A month later, you get a call from your daughter’s roommate telling you ...read more