U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers, for the eleventh consecutive year, name Tydings to the 2021 “Best Law Firms” list.
Tydings was named to the Best Law Firms list for the Baltimore metropolitan region in 11 practice areas: arbitration, bankruptcy litigation, bankruptcy/creditor-de... Read more >
One of the factors considered when determining how much child support one parent should pay the other is the number of overnights the child spends with each parent. Before October 1, 2020, if a child spent less 35% of the overnights (or 128 overnights per year) with one parent, then the other ... Read more >
Downtown Partnership of Baltimore elects Ferrier Stillman to its executive committee. Ferrier also serves on its board of directors.
She represents individuals in her family law practice and health care companies in her health care and senior housing practice.
Downtown Partners... Read more >
Highlighting the firm’s experience in multiple disciplines, Benchmark Litigation recognizes the firm and three of its lawyers for inclusion in its 2021 edition.
Benchmark Litigation recognized the firm’s work in the areas of labor and employment law, bankruptcy, and commercial litigatio... Read more >
Maryland Bankruptcy Bar Association elects Joseph M. Selba secretary of its board of directors.
Joe’s bankruptcy/restructuring practice focuses on representing debtors, creditors, and trustees in insolvency proceedings, workouts, liquidations, financial restructurings, and bankruptcy litigation... Read more >
Nearly 30 years after the Supreme Court announced the Daubert standard, Maryland’s highest court has followed suit. By adopting the Daubert standard, the Court of Appeals overrules its longstanding Frye-Reed test, and completes the State’s slow drift away from focusing on the “general ac... Read more >
Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service appoints Richard L. Costella to its board of directors.
Rich’s practice focuses primarily on bankruptcy and creditors’ rights, banking and finance, and commercial litigation matters.
MVLS is a private, non-profit legal services provider established in 198... Read more >
It has been a year of many difficult adjustments for all Maryland employers. A few more changes lie ahead, as new employment (and related) laws take effect October 1, 2020.
The new laws include human relations protections, hate crime symbols, prohibitions on wage history inquiries, business... Read more >