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Tydings Announces that Richard L. Costella has Joined the Firm

February 27, 2019
Tydings announces that Richard L. Costella has joined the firm as a partner in its bankruptcy/creditors’ rights department. Mr. Costella’s practice focuses primarily on bankruptcy and creditors’ rights, banking and finance, and commercial litigation.  He represents lenders and fin... Read more >
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Medical Marijuana Laws in the Mid-Atlantic -- What Health Care Providers Need to Know

By: Lauren Ellison, Gregory M. Garrett, and Franklin M. Lee
February 26, 2019
Over the past few years, Maryland, Washington, D.C., and Virginia have made significant changes to their laws governing medical marijuana.  As this fledgling new industry emerges, prospective growers, dispensaries, and processors of medical cannabis must navigate a constantly evolving thicket o... Read more >
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Tydings Announces that Lauren S. Ellison has joined the Firm

January 3, 2019
Tydings, a Baltimore law firm that serves individuals and businesses in Maryland, D.C., and Virginia through its offices in Baltimore and Towson, announces that Lauren Ellison has joined the firm as an associate in its business department and health care group. Ms. Ellison concentrates her p... Read more >
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Tydings Announces that Joseph M. Selba has become a Partner

January 3, 2019
Tydings, a Baltimore law firm that serves individuals and businesses in Maryland, D.C., and Virginia through its offices in Baltimore and Towson, announces that Joseph M. Selba has become a partner with the firm effective January 1, 2019. Joe’s practice focuses on bankruptcy and creditors’ ri... Read more >
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Maryland Super Lawyers Names Tydings' Lawyers To Its 2019 List

December 13, 2018
Tydings is pleased to announce that 12 of its attorneys are listed among the 2019 Maryland Super Lawyers and Rising Stars*. Brian A. Balenson: Estate & Probate. Herbert J. Belgrad: Family Law. Glenn E. Bushel: General Litigation. Mark D. Dopkin: Real Estate. Emerson L. Dorsey, Jr.:... Read more >
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Tax Changes Affecting Family Law

By: Kerianne P. Kemmerzell and Ferrier R. Stillman
December 11, 2018
The Tax Law enacted in 2017 has tax implications in 2018 and 2019. Alimony.   Marital settlement agreements and court orders which are signed after December 31, 2018, are no longer allowed legally to make alimony payments tax deductible to the payor and taxable income to the payee.  ... Read more >