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January 2, 2018

3 Paley Rothman Attorneys Named to “Best Lawyers” List by Washingtonian

Glenn Cooper, Deborah Cohn, and Michelle Chapin were all selected to Washingtonian's "Best Lawyers" list for 2017.

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February 15, 2018

Estate Planning in Maryland after Tax Reform

Paula Calimafde and Laura Thomas presented to the Maryland State Bar Association's Estate and Gift Tax Study Group on February 15, 2018.

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Election Year Labor and Employment Law Considerations for Private Employers

Few would dispute that the 2016 election season has been one of the odder elections in recent memory.

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Pesticide Regulation Down on the Farm

The choices available to Maryland growers for chemical tools (herbicides, insecticides, fungicides) to protect their crops, orchards, vineyards, nurseries, gardens, turf and timber have shifted and narrowed dramatically over the past decade, and the changes keep on coming.

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Stand Alone HRAs, Employer Payment Plans and the ACA’s Most Overlooked Employer Penalty

Employers that currently sponsor employer payment plans or standalone health reimbursement agreements, which likely violate the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), are running the risk of being liable for an excise tax of $100 per day, per plan participant.

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Local Jurisdictions are Beating the Drum to “Ban the Box”

On January 1, 2015 and January 3, 2015, respectively, Montgomery County and Prince George's County became the second and third jurisdictions in Maryland (in addition to Baltimore City) to have laws restricting when and how a private employer can inquire about, and use, information related to a job applicant's criminal history.

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NLRB Rules that Employees may use Employer E-mail System to Engage in Concerted Activity

In a recent decision, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) ruled that employees who are granted access to their employer's e-mail system for business purposes are generally entitled to use these work e-mail systems to engage in discussions about the terms and conditions of their employment while on non-working time.

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