News

April 2, 2018

Robert Shulman Joins Paley Rothman as Principal in Insurance Recovery, Litigation Practices

Robert Shulman joins the firm as a Chair of our new Insurance Recovery practice, and a member of in our Litigation group, adding his more than 35 years of experience in insurance recovery on behalf of policyholders.

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Events

April 19, 2018

Advanced Employment Law: What You Need to Know

Several members of Paley Rothman's Employment Law group spoke at the National Business Institute's two-day seminar on Advanced Employment Law: What You Need to Know on April 17-18, 2018.

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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

Maryland’s Version of the Prudent Investor Rule

A prospective client walks into an attorney’s office with a newly acquired sense of authority. She has accepted her appointment as a Trustee and is looking for guidance.

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Seven Considerations for Selecting a Guardian Under a Will

The last thing any parent wants to think about (yet the first thing for which a parent should plan) is “Who will raise my child if I cannot?”

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Early Retirement Incentive Programs: Do’s and Don’ts

An early retirement incentive program (ERIP), such as the one recently announced by USA Today, is one of the tools companies use to strategically adapt to their changing workforce needs.

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A Closer Look at EPA’s Updated Part 152 Subpart E Regulations and Related Guidance

On February 5, 2014, EPA issued a Final Rule updating its Part 152 subpart E regulations concerning procedures to protect data submitters’ compensation and exclusive use rights.

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Employment Termination and Shareholder Oppression

Terminating the employment of a minority shareholder of the closely-held employer presents different considerations than the termination of a typical employee.

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