By: Raymond J. Diaz
On July 1, the 2007 amendments to the Virginia laws related to charges for resale certificates go into effect. During its just concluded session, the Virginia General Assembly amended the Virginia Condominium Act (the “Condominium Act”) and the Virginia Property Owners Associations Act (the “POAA...
By: Eileen Morgan Johnson
The top 5 issues to address in an employment agreement will differ depending on whether you are the employee or the employer and the level of the employee within the organization. But in general, these are five of the most important issues to include in an employment agreement:
By: Jennifer S. Jackman
Take-away: You have probably heard of the federal government's COBRA law -- it requires employers to continue group health coverage for some former employees or their dependents for a specific period of time after the end of employment. However, the federal COBRA requirement only...
By: Kevin A. Kernan
The 2013 General Assembly session was recently completed, and it resulted in a number of new laws that directly or indirectly impact common interest communities in Virginia. The new laws amend the Virginia Property Owners’ Association Act, the Virginia Condominium Act, and other statutes that...
By: Roberto M. Montesinos
Randall Reiner, et ux. v. Clifford Ehrlich, et al. 2013 Md. App. LEXIS 61
By: Jerald Lurie
Jerald B. Lurie leaves firm he joined in 1982 for one eight times its size. See the attached PDF for the full article. Reprinted with permission of The Daily Record Co. ©2013
By: Alan C. Lazerow
This article originally appeared in ADMINISTRATIVE LAWS, Vol. 2, Issue 2 (Maryland State Bar Association, May 2013), and is republished with permission.
By: David M. Stevens
In a long-awaited decision, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit has struck down the National Labor Relations Board’s mandate that all employers covered by the National Labor Relations Act post a notice of employee rights under the law. This article examines the controversy...
By: Peter D. Guattery
On March 8, 2013, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (“USCIS”) published a revised Employment Eligibility Verification Form I-9, which contains some slight modifications to the familiar form used by employers when verifying the eligibility of newly hired employees to work in the United...
By: Kevin C. McCormick
The Maryland legislative session typically includes the introduction of a number of bills affecting the relationship between employers and their employees. This article notes several such bills that were considered – but failed to pass – in the most recent session and examines a newly enacted...