Welcome to Tydings

Celebrating 90 Years

We hear what businesses want from their outside counsel: experienced, responsive representation from attorneys who know how to solve problems efficiently.  That is what we deliver at Tydings, a Maryland law firm that has been advocating on behalf of large corporations, privately held businesses, and individuals for more than ninety years.

Our firm is home to trusted business counselors and skilled advocates.  Our size means that we are agile enough to respond quickly to clients' changing needs, yet we possess the depth of resources to handle matters of any complexity and size.

COVID-19 Resources for Maryland Businesses

As the COVID-19 outbreak continues, Tydings is primarily concerned about the health and welfare of the community and, in particular our clients and personnel.  We hope that you and those close to you remain healthy.  But, we also remain focused on continuing to meet your legal and business needs.

What You Need to Know

We are well aware of the uncertainties and questions our clients face.  Our attorneys are here to assist you.  Visit COVID-19 Resources for information related to business, employment, and financial concerns. 

Best wishes for your safety and good health.

News & Insights

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D.C.'s Ban on Non-Competes Takes Effect

By: Melissa Calhoon Jones
November 10, 2022
(If you employ at least one employee who is working 50% of the time in D.C., read on.) Note:  This article updates our previous article on the D.C. Ban on Non-Compete Agreements Amendment Act of 2020).  The implementation of the D.C. Ban on Non-Compete Agreements Amendment Act of 2020 w... Read more >
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Post-Nuptial Agreements Allow A Spouse to be Paid to Stay Married

By: Ferrier R. Stillman
November 8, 2022
Post-Nuptial Agreements are used by spouses to change their legal rights and responsibilities from either the terms of a Pre-Nuptial Agreement they already have or to modify the rights and responsibilities that they have under the law even without a Pre-Nuptial Agreement. Divorces often result fr... Read more >
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Updates on I-9 Processing

By: Melissa Calhoon Jones
November 1, 2022
UPDATE - NOVEMBER, 2022: The Department of Homeland Security has further extended the flexibilities for compliance with the I-9 requirements described in the article below until July 31, 2023. June 29, 2022: As businesses try (again) to return to normal in these pandemic times, the federal govern... Read more >