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Recent Articles

The Salary Exclusion: A Fidelity Coverage Limitation Earns its Place

Because salary, commissions, bonuses and other such benefits are routinely paid to employees, such money channels provide attractive targets for dishonest employees looking to steal from their employers.

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The Principles of Suretyship

In conjunction with a presentation in a construction course sponsored by the Maryland Institute for the Continuing Professional Education of Lawyers, we authored a comprehensive article entitled “Principles of Suretyship.”

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Employee Dishonesty, Commercial Surety and Multiple Claims: Recognizing The Right To Equitable Set-Off

It will come as no surprise to insurance and surety professionals that individuals and companies often look to one carrier/surety for most of their insurance and bonding needs.

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Past Articles

Increasing Risk of Data Breaches Prompt New Legal Requirements for Maryland Businesses

Although recent data breaches involving large corporations such as Equifax, eBay, Target and Yahoo…

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GOP Tax Bill Proposes Estate Tax Repeal…Hooray?

On November 2, the GOP released its tax reform bill, known as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (H. R. 1),…

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Maryland Condominium and Homeowner Associations Face New Rules for Amendment of Governing Documents

A new law passed by the Maryland General Assembly (House Bill 789, Chapter 480) and signed by Governor…

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Judge awards $0 after Plaintiffs’ counsel seeks $1.1 million in attorneys’ fees after winning bad fa

In a scathing, 100-page opinion from the The U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania,…

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Impact of Overtime Regulations on Employers After DOL Files Reply Brief

Employers now have a clear picture of the Department of Labor’s position on its ability to…

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