|FMLA-Challenges to medical certification
One basis for requesting leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) is the employee’s own “serious health condition” that renders them unable to perform the functions of the job.
|Arbitration: Not Necessarily A Better Option Than Litigation
Is arbitration a better option than litigation?
|Commercial lease termination
A tenant who admittedly failed to give timely notice of an option for lease extension on a commercial lease lost the option.
Maryland Court Supports Assault on Spam
All persons selling or performing home improvements in the State of Maryland are required to obtain licensure through the Maryland Home Improvement Commission, a department of the Department of Labor Licensing and Regulation.
|Fair Value - Determining the value of a limited partnership interest
Maryland's Court of Special Appeals held that 'fair value', for the purposes of determining limited partners' interests on withdrawal equals a proportionate share of the value of the limited partnership as a going concern, without discount.
|A Document Retention Policy Can Save Time And Money
In the office, some people are pack rats and cling to every scrap of paper that comes their way. Others pitch everything without giving it so much as a second thought.
|New years resolutions for the health of your business
"this year I’m going to ..."
|Export of computer software and hardware
The United States government has the statutory right to regulate the export of certain controlled classes of products. This regulation is performed by the requirement to obtain a license prior to the shipment of certain types of goods.
|FLSA-2004 regulations changes
In 2004, changes were implemented to the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”) which address the determination of which employees are exempt from the requirement of minimum wage and overtime pay.
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