LawMatters-July 2017

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SPOTLIGHT ON US
Thomas Repczynski Appointed to President of the Fairfax Bar Association

 

Offit Kurman attorney Thomas W. Repczynski has been elected to serve as President on the 2017-2018 Fairfax Bar Association (FBA) Board of Directors... Read More

Also See: David A. Severn Appointed Brunswick, Maryland City Attorney

PLACES TO BE

August 16th: Landlord-Tenant Seminar with Todd Kelting

July 31st: Divorce Seminar Series with Linda Ostovitz

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WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

USCIS Issues New I-9 Form – New Form is Mandatory Beginning September 18, 2017 by Gregory Currey, Esq.

On July 17, 2017, USCIS issued an updated Form I-9. The form is available for download here along with instructions on how to fill out the revised form.  Employers are required to use the new form for all new hires on or before September 18, 2017.  Until that date, employers can either use the new form or the form with the revision date of... Read More

 

Also See: How President Trump’s National Labor Relations Board Nominations Will Affect Businesses by Howard Kurman, Esq.

CEO CORNER
A Video Conversation with Tracy Turner, Executive Director of the Howard Tech Council

Tracy Turner is the executive director of the Howard Tech Council. As a partner with the Maryland Center for Entrepreneurship and Howard County Economic Development, the HTC fosters strategic partnerships between organizations active in Howard County, Maryland’s flourishing community.
CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE INTERVIEW

 

Also See: Jeff Martin, CEO of University Recruiters

CELEBRATING 30 YEARS
30 years in, Offit Kurman continues to think big!

Offit Kurman started out 30 years ago as a small Baltimore law firm founded by brothers Maurice and Ted Offit and their childhood friend, Howard Kurman. The trio had a desire to think bigger and expand across state lines, and now Fulton-based... Read More

Also see: Offit Kurman - The Early Years Video

THE LAWYER IS IN  
IP Essential Considerations Series: Copyrights by Jon Wachs, Esq.

Welcome to my “Essential Considerations” series for intellectual property (IP) matters, wherein I review the important principles and processes IP holders need to know. From patenting your invention to keeping trade secrets secret, this series breaks down the sometimes labyrinthine world of IP law into a digestible question and answer format... Read More

 

 Also See: Being Proactive with Policies, Procedures and Training by Ari Karen, Esq.