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Neil Morris Named to Super Lawyers

May 15, 2014

Super Lawyers has named Offit Kurman attorney Neil A. Morris to its recent Philadelphia Super Lawyers 2014 listing. Neil Morris…

Compensation and Compliance Matters: What Small Mortgage Lenders Can Learn from Credit Card Settlement

May 14, 2014

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has once again utilized its broadest and most powerful weapon—Unfair and Deceptive Acts and Practices—to…

The Weekly Scenario: Do I Need To Do Estate Planning?

May 13, 2014

Question:  If I have no children (and have not come into millions of dollars yet) do I need to do…

Protecting your Trademarks: Do you know the routine?

May 13, 2014

In his weekly blog, “Friday Factoid,” Offit Kurman attorney Jon Wachs delves into intellectual property issues that could affect you…

Michael Mercurio’s Read|Delete: Amount Inc 500 CEOs Used to Start Their Business

May 12, 2014

61 percent of Inc. 500 CEOs started their business with less than $10,000.              …

Business Law and Transactions Attorney on Sole Proprietors

May 12, 2014

Offit Kurman business law and transactions attorney Michael Mercurio was a recent guest on AHA Business Radio on Baltimore’s WJZ…

Biz Tek Today From Michael Mercurio

May 9, 2014

News of Significance for Entrepreneurs    The article below on family businesses and the timing for looking for CEO’s outside of the…

Friday Factoid: Percentage of USPTO-Issued to Female Inventors Doubles

May 9, 2014

From 1990 to 2010, the percentage of USPTO-issued patents that name a women as one of the inventors doubled. In…

Founded in 1995 The Ulman Cancer Fund Continues to Grow

May 8, 2014

At the age of 19, Doug Ulman, a Division I soccer player, was preparing for his sophomore year at Brown…

Compensation and Compliance Matters: Proposed Fix for QM Helps, but Falls Short of Needed Clarity

May 7, 2014

Last week the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced that it was considering allowing a cure for mortgages that were closed as…