LawMatters - May 2018

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SPOTLIGHT ON US

With Menaker & Herrmann Affiliation, Offit Kurman Expands in New York City and Zeroes in on 2020 Goal

Offit Kurman Attorneys At Law is pleased to announce the affiliation with the New York law firm of Menaker & Herrmann. The deal aligns with an ongoing strategic growth plan for Offit Kurman, and cements the firm’s foothold in New York and the surrounding regions...Read More

Also See: Offit Kurman Attorney David Coaxum Recognized in The National Black Lawyers Top 100

PLACES TO BE

 

Breakfast Bar Series: The State of Cannabis in Maryland - June 7

Wage and Hour Law Webinar Series, Part III: How to Calculate Overtime - June 13

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WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

New Jersey Paid Sick Leave: What You Need to Know by Katharine Batista, Esq.

On Wednesday, May 2, 2018, Governor Murphy signed the New Jersey Paid Sick Leave Act into law. This law requires employers to provide 40 hours of paid sick leave to employees within the benefit year. The Act will go into effect October 29, 2018, 180 days after Governor Murphy signed the bill...Read More

Also See: Natural Gas Pipelines in Your Backyard by Theodora Stringham, Esq. 

Co-founder and CEO of HostHome

Ava Pipitone is the executive director of the Baltimore Transgender Alliance as well as the co-founder and CEO of HostHome Inc. Founded in 2014, following the murders of transgender Baltimore residents Mia Henderson and Kandy Hall, the Baltimore Transgender Alliance is a coalition of trans parents, business owners, activists, and artists that seeks to unify, reclaim, and empower the city's transgender and gender non-conforming communities...Read More

OFFIT KURMAN PRESENTS
The Family Business Roundtable Video Recap - May 2018

The FAMILY BUSINESS ROUNDTABLE (FBR) is a peer support and advisory group for leaders of multigenerational family-owned and operated businesses. Presently, there are FBR chapters in Columbia and a new chapter in Frederick. ...Read More

Also see: Meet Offit Kurman Government Contracts Attorney Bryan King, Esq.

THE LAWYER IS IN  

Maryland General Contractors Now Face Liability for Failure of Their Subcontractors to Properly Pay Their Employees by Howard Kurman, Esq.

The Maryland General Assembly recently passed Senate Bill 853 making construction general contractors jointly and severally liable for the failure of their subcontractors to pay their employees in accordance with Maryland’s wage and hour law. The new law will go into effect on October 1, 2018....Read More

Also See: Mutual Consent Legislation by Kate McQueen, Esq.