LawMatters- September 2017

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SPOTLIGHT ON US
A Sizzling Summer of Deals for Offit Kurman’s M&A Practice Group

Mergers and acquisitions activity is hot in the Mid-Atlantic, and true to their commitment—“We make deals happen®"—the attorneys in Offit Kurman’s M&A Practice group are handling a record-breaking number of transactions....Read More

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PLACES TO BE

Mid-Atlantic CFO Roundtable: September 29, 2017

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WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

Hurricane Alert: Harvey and Irma Show the Importance of Reviewing Insurance Coverage by Jay Levin, Esq.

Hurricanes Harvey and Irma are the most recent reminder of the havoc that storms can cause in coastal areas of the United States. The loss of life and the substantial property damage beggar description. Harvey and Irma’s devastation have multiplied for those affected, both individuals and businesses, who lack adequate insurance or...Read More

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CEO CORNER
Deborah S. Phelps, Executive Director of The Education Foundation of Baltimore County Public Schools

Deborah S. Phelps is the executive director of the Education Foundation of Baltimore County Public Schools, Inc., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Since 1992, the Foundation has attracted and directed public funds to help Baltimore County’s public school system grow and provide every student with a globally competitive standard of education.
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OFFIT KURMAN PRESENTS
Cocktails with Alex and Laurie

Alex Allman and Laurie are back for a second series! Join Alex Allman and Laurie Wasserman as they discuss why they decided to go to law school and why they love their legal careers.
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THE LAWYER IS IN  
After Harvey: Induced Floodgate Releases, Houston Residents May Have Inverse Condemnation Claims by Theodora Stringham, Esq.

It is difficult to understate the economic impact of a natural disaster. Just take a look at Hurricanes Harvey and Irma: the deadly tropical storms, which recently ravaged Texas and Florida, have caused an estimated $150–200 billion in damages to real estate, infrastructure, and personal and commercial property. Sources of damage include strong winds, tornadoes, and flooding...Read More

Also See: Telebriefs® -Terminating Employees Who Engage in Controversial Social or Political Activity by Howard Kurman,Esq.