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Offit Kurman Delaware attorney, G. Kevin Fasic speaks at Delaware State Chamber’s 20th Annual Superstars in Business Lunch

December 16, 2018

  Offit Kurman Delaware attorney, G. Kevin Fasic Speaks at Delaware State Chamber’s 20th Annual Superstars in Business Lunch Offit…

Offit Kurman’s M&A Group Represents South Florida Pain & Rehabilitation in Sale to Trive Capital Management

December 16, 2018

  Offit Kurman’s M&A Group Represents South Florida Pain & Rehabilitation in Sale to Trive Capital Management As a record-setting…

Saturday Side Hustle: Trademarks – Part Four

December 14, 2018

Spoiler alert: I think trademarks are interesting. I love how they reside at the intersection of creativity and the law.…

Pinnacles: Michael Lopes, Vice President Bernstein Private Wealth Management

December 14, 2018

Michael Lopes is a Vice President at Bernstein Private Wealth Management, which is a unit of AllianceBernstein. Founded more than…

The Gimme – Prime Contracts

December 13, 2018

  In a prime contract for commercial items, the contracting agency cannot make changes to the terms and conditions of…

Friday Factoid Quiz: Nobel Laureates

December 13, 2018

December 10th marked the anniversary of the death of Alfred Nobel.  On this date each year, the Nobel Prizes (except…

Offit Kurman Webinar | Troubleshooting Employee Issues with Property Management

December 12, 2018

Discipline and termination pose challenges for any employer. Those difficulties only compound for property management professionals when staff members live…

Is THAT Legal? – Snake Edition

December 12, 2018

“Is THAT Legal?” shines a light on not-so-obvious statutory and/or regulatory laws the existence of which you might find surprising and…

Rachel Mech Joins Offit Kurman in Baltimore

December 11, 2018

  Rachel Mech Joins Offit Kurman in Baltimore Offit Kurman is pleased to announce that Rachel Mech has joined the…

M&A Nuggets: The Drag-Along

December 11, 2018

In a sale structured as a stock purchase, most acquirors want to purchase one hundred percent of the ownership interests in the seller.  That is why, if a seller has any minority owners, it is important to include a drag-along clause in the agreement among the owners of the seller…