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Best Lawyers, 2018

Chambers Honors Whiteford in 11 Practice Areas

Whiteford, Taylor & Preston is pleased to announce that Chambers and Partners has once again ranked the firm highly in its 2019 list of leading firms and business lawyers.

Whiteford Relocates Montgomery County Office to Rockville

Whiteford Taylor & Preston has relocated its Montgomery County, Maryland, office to downtown Rockville, and, in doing so, significantly increases its office space in the County.

22 Whiteford Attorneys Named Super Lawyers and Rising Stars in DC, Delaware, Pennsylvania and Virginia

Whiteford, Taylor & Preston is pleased to announce that twenty-two of its attorneys are listed among the 2019 Super Lawyers and Rising Stars in D.C., Delaware, Pennsylvania and Virginia.


Setting Expectations and Minimizing Risk Through Remote Working Agreements

Remote working is commonplace in the workplace today, though some organizations treat this as an informal perk.  If your company allows this flexibility, be sure that you have taken appropriate steps to adopt a formal policy that includes the requirement for execution of a telework agreement between the company and the employee in order to minimize the risk that can accompany this arrangement.


The Laws Impacting Automatic Renewal of Membership Dues – the Basics for Associations

More and more associations are moving toward the automatic renewal model for their membership dues.  From a financial standpoint, it is a no-brainer for associations, and it can also serve as a convenient model for both associations and their members who don’t want to risk having their memberships lapse.

Upcoming Event

Dorothy Deng and Jim Kahl presenting at the 2019 ASAE Association Law Symposium

On 6/4, Dorothy Deng and Jim Kahl present at the 2019 ASAE Law Symposium. Dorothy Deng speaks on “Key International Issues for Associations,” and Jim Kahl speaks on “Exploring the Opportunities and Risks of Political Activity." The event takes place at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington, DC.