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When Can I Move to Modify Custody?

When can I move to modify custody? A look at Maryland’s rules and case law surrounding the ability and right to modify custody By: Elizabeth J. McInturff, Esq. and Joseph Fiocco, Legal Writing Extern You’ve reached an agreement with your ex regarding the custody and visitation of your shared children – or maybe there’s been […]

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Do I classify my employees as salary or hourly and what does that mean for my business?

By: Elizabeth J. McInturff, Esq. and Claire Kretschmer, Law Clerk Employers are experiencing an impact on their businesses as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Some face a diminished demand for their goods and services, and others are confronting a surge in demand. Employers dealing with abnormal demands will likely find themselves adjusting their businesses […]

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Getting Paid For Your Labor: A Contractor’s Guide to Best Establish Mechanics’ Lien in Maryland

Mechanics’ Liens, despite the potentially misleading name, give contractors* a right to repayment for the labor, materials, and services provided to the client for constructing or modifying buildings and structures. When an owner defaults on a project, contractors and subcontractors often find themselves scrambling to get paid for services they provided under the terms of […]

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Isabella Demougeot, Esq. Joins JDKatz, P.C.

BETHESDA, Md. – JDKatz, P.C. – A tax litigation and estate planning law firm in Bethesda, Md. and downtown Washington, D.C. – has added Isabella Demougeot, Esq. as a senior litigation associate. Bringing eight years’ experience, Demougeot represents a broad range of clients in civil litigation matters, including business disputes, partnership dissolutions and high-profile litigation. […]

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