News & Insights


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 >

Employment Law Updates 2023

By: Melissa Calhoon Jones
June 27, 2023
2023 is already proving to be an interesting year in state and federal employment law, as we see protections and benefits for employees expanding on the state and federal level.    I.          State Law Updates ... Read more >

Maryland Removes Fault-Based Grounds for Divorce; Expands No-Fault Grounds

By: Kerianne P. Kemmerzell and Ferrier R. Stillman
June 15, 2023
Currently, Maryland law allows a spouse to pursue a divorce on the fault-based grounds of adultery, desertion, convictions of a crime, insanity, cruelty of treatment, and excessively vicious conduct. If a spouse cannot prove one of the fault-based grounds, then the parties either need to be separate... Read more >

Chambers USA Recognizes Tydings Lawyers

June 7, 2023
Tydings is pleased to announce that Chambers and Partners has again ranked the firm and three of its partners, Alan M. Grochal, Richard L. Costella, and Joseph M. Selba, for their work in bankruptcy and restructuring in its 2023 edition of Chambers USA. Bankruptcy/Restructuring This is the ele... Read more >

Are Your Highly Compensated Employees Entitled to Overtime Pay?

By: Casey D. Brinks
March 22, 2023
According to a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision, the answer could depend on how their compensation is calculated.  In Helix Energy Solutions Group, Inc., et al. v. Hewitt, the Supreme Court held that Mr. Hewitt, an oil rig worker who earned more than $200,000 annually, was entitled to over... Read more >