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Twilight of the Non-Compete? What Employers Need To Know and Do About Increasing Federal and State Efforts To Ban or Limit Non-Competition Agreements

By: Melissa Calhoon Jones
November 2, 2023
EMPLOYER ALERT: Employers relying on non-competition provisions to protect their business interests should pay close attention to rapidly evolving laws at the state and federal levels that could effectively eliminate most existing and future non-compete agreements. Until and unless a nation... Read more >

Form I-9 Updates

By: Melissa Calhoon Jones
July 26, 2023
Form I-9 Updates:  Optional Alternative Remote Examination Procedure for Eligible E-Verify Employers Starts August 1, 2023; Re-Examination Requirements Due to End of COVID-19 Flexibilities Must Be Completed by August 30, 2023; and New Form I-9 Will Be Issued August 1, 2023. Th... Read more >

New Law on Custody Cases Involving Relocation of The Child

By: Ferrier R. Stillman and Kerianne P. Kemmerzell
July 17, 2023
When parents separate, even when they agree on a custody and access schedule, that may not be the end of the child custody issues. In some cases, one of the parents decides to relocate after the original custody arrangement was established. There was always a concern that a parent’s relocation ... Read more >

Tydings & Rosenberg LLP Announces Naima Gordon has Joined the Firm

July 7, 2023
Tydings & Rosenberg LLP welcomes a new summer intern, Naima Gordon, who is a rising junior at Baltimore City College.  Naima was hand-selected through Maryland Youth and The Law’s (MYLAW) Law Links program, which places accomplished Baltimore City high school students with an interest in ... Read more >