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Selling a Company and the Importance of a Letter of Intent

January 20, 2014

As you may recall from our previous blog, “From Exit Planning to Acquisition: How Deals Get Done,” Offit Kurman both participated…

The Weekly Scenario from Steve Shane – 1.20.14

January 20, 2014

Question:  Can my revocable living trust be named as a beneficiary of my IRA? Answer:  A trust can be named…

Offit Kurman No. 13 on Baltimore Business Journal List of Largest Law Firms

January 17, 2014

You may remember from our blog last year that the Baltimore Business Journal ranked Offit Kurman among the “largest law…

Friday Factoid – 1.17.14

January 17, 2014

The creators of certain works of visual arts retain during their lifetime moral rights relating to their works, even after…

Legal Q&A: January 16, 2014

January 16, 2014

  QUESTION Do I owe “resignation” pay if my employee gave notice and I no longer want him to work?…

Compensation and Compliance Matters – January 16, 2014

January 16, 2014

Non-Qualified Mortgage Loans Interest Ramping Up If you tell the average person that a new law requires lenders to have…

Offit Kurman expands in Philadelphia, adds Labor and Employment Attorneys

January 15, 2014

In early 2008, Offit Kurman had just four attorneys in Philadelphia. In a merger that same year, they added 13…

Common Estate Planning Mistakes

January 14, 2014

At Offit Kurman Attorneys at Law, estate planning is one of the most fundamental and important legal services we provide.…

Read|Delete – 1.13.14

January 14, 2014

On Innovation “Technology is nothing. What’s important is that  you have faith in people, that they’re basically good and smart…

The Weekly Scenario from Steve Shane – 1.13.14

January 13, 2014

Question:  Are inherited IRAs protected from creditor claims? Answer:  Suppose Jane dies and her IRA passes to her son Jim.…