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What to Do When Clients Want to Postpone/Cancel or Get a Refund Due to the Pandemic | By: Elizabeth J. McInturff, Esq. and Jared Stape

COVID-19 has forced many couples to postpone or even cancel their weddings. Subsequently, this has prompted a growing number of disputes between clients and their event vendors about rescheduling/cancellation policies and refunding retainers and other fees. Given the unusual circumstances, vendors were left wondering what their rights are and what protections they have. The good […]

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What Maryland’s New Parenting Plan Means for You and Your Children | By: Elizabeth J. McInturff, Esq., with Claire Kretschmer, Law Clerk

Until recently, Maryland was one of the few states that did not require parents in a custody action to file a “Parenting Plan”, a document where the parents aim to agree to basic guidelines for how they raise their children. However, recently enacted Rule 9-204.1 now requires all parents in a custody dispute case to […]

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Reopening, Face Masks, and Business Responsibilities Under the Americans with Disabilities Act 

Brave New Work Series: Reopening, Face Masks, and Business Responsibilities Under the Americans with Disabilities Act  By: Elizabeth J. McInturff, Esq. and Maria Stratienko, Law Clerk As states and localities slowly begin to reopen with phased re-entries into the “new normal,” several governments have issued orders requiring the use of a face mask (including cloth […]

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