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Saturday Side Hustle: Plant Variety in Cucumbers

January 17, 2020

  Good morning, afternoon or evening, and I hope your weekend is bringing you the well-deserved break you all need.…

The Weekly Scenario: Generation-Skipping Transfer Tax

January 17, 2020

Question: What is the generation-skipping transfer tax?

Friday Factoid Quiz: Celebrating Ben Franklin

January 16, 2020

Ben Franklin was born on January 17, 1706 – 314 years ago! To celebrate the birthday and life of a man who was both a well-loved Founding Father and one of our country’s greatest inventors, test your knowledge of these innovations and published works from Ben Franklin:

When’s A Property Settlement Agreement Not A Property Settlement Agreement? (Part Two)

January 16, 2020

In this second of a multi-part series (read part one here), I consider a second alternative “use” for a marital…

The Train is Coming: Virginia Introduces Transportation Overhaul

January 15, 2020

Taking the train can be relaxing. With no likely chance of traffic and the ability to concentrate on something other…

HOA Foreclosure Shocks the Conscience

January 15, 2020

Foreclosures are a valuable tool for homeowners’ associations to collect delinquent amounts from owners, but one homeowners association recently found…

Offit Kurman Attorneys’ Successful Dismissal of Claims Against Its Auditor Client

January 14, 2020

and Adam Rader

Offit Kurman attorneys Adam J. Rader and Lawrence A. Steckman obtained a unanimous decision from the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in which a receiver’s claims seeking more than $65 million damages against three accounting firms were properly dismissed in their entirety, with prejudice.

D.C. Property Management Minute: What is an application to “Stay the Writ”?

January 14, 2020

When it comes to property management, the District of Columbia has a unique set of laws. Join Billy each week as he gives you advice on dealing with a common property management problem in D.C. and how to quickly solve it.

Yes, You and Your Business Partner Should Sign a Contract

January 13, 2020

When people enter into a business relationship, contracts are rarely the first thing on anyone’s mind. Rather, the partners are…

Read Delete: What Kind of Leader Are You?

January 13, 2020

The dilemma with developing and teaching leadership is that everyone leads differently for the simple fact that behavior, personality, and…