LawMatters – March 2021
Our LawMatters newsletter has been a staple in providing our readers with updates regarding their regions and COVID-19 fluxes. In the March 2021 Edition of LawMatters, Offit Kurman attorneys discuss custody determinations depending on a child’s special needs, the fair workweek predictability pay enforcement announcement, and policy handbooks.
Our COVID updates for the month include vaccination incentives and how (vaccinated) employees must proceed in the workplace. There are also multiple upcoming webinars, and a spotlight on new attorneys that have joined Offit Kurman.
Read on to find the latest in the March 2021 Edition of LawMatters.
How Is The Determination Of Custody Impacted By A Child’s Special Needs?
In Maryland, if parents separate (whether married or not) and they do not have a court order determining their custody rights, each parent, by default, has an equal right to make decisions about their minor child and to the physical custody of their minor child.
In the March edition of LawMatters:
- Fair Workweek Predictability Pay Enforcement Announced
- OK At Work: COVID Vaccine Incentives
- Handbooks: Friend or Foe of the Business Owner?
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