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August 3, 2017

Ron Dweck & Kevin D’Anna Represent StarCompliance in Connection with Major Investment from Luminate

Corporate attorneys Ron Dweck and Kevin D’Anna provided legal counsel to the Firm’s long-time client, StarCompliance, LLC, in connection with a strategic investment from Luminate Capital Partners, a San Francisco based private equity firm.

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Events

August 12, 2017

Family Law, Child Support, Child Custody, and Grandparent Rights

Tracey Coates presented at the Single Parent Conference 2017 on August 12, 2017.

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Resource Center

Paley Rothman shares this library of resources with clients and friends of the firm to help them stay ahead of legal and business developments and trends. Here, you will find helpful tips and tools written by our attorneys and relevant to our areas of practice.

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Publications

Federal Bar Association - The Labouring Oar

A Brave New World: Developments in the Circuits (and Soon the Supreme Court?) on Title VII Coverage of Sexual Orientation Discrimination

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MSBA Ethics Docket - Business Structures, Third Parties, and Fixed Fees

You state that you are a member of the Maryland Bar and in your capacity as the sole member of a limited liability company, you intend to enter into a general partnership ("Law Firm") with another law firm for the purpose of providing legal services related to the defense of real estate foreclosures and law modifications.

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Managing the Risks of Employee Cellphone Use

Cellphones have become a ubiquitous yet useful part of modern life. However, for employers, cellphone use by employees poses significant risks. By effectively identifying and managing these issues, employers can drastically reduce the likelihood of costly claims or damaging losses.

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Noncompete Agreements Under Siege at the State Level

Compared with many other areas of labor and employment law, the law of noncompetition agreements has been relatively static with most changes coming in the form of court decisions addressing particular cases.

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Protected Concerted Activity or a License to Sabotage?

Can Employers Protect Themselves Against Disparagement by Employees?

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