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 […]
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 […]
You’ve won a monetary award or have a confessed judgment with the court but now how do you secure payment? Collecting the judgment is the responsibility of the plaintiff/creditor but Maryland law has a number of powerful tools to help you collect. Enrollment: First, make sure that that your judgment is properly enrolled. The judgment […]
Recently, attorneys Elizabeth J. McInturf & Isabella C. Demougeot of JDKatz, P.C, had their article, “To Increase Diversity, Cultivate Mentorships” featured in The Maryland Bar Journal. Simply click here to read the article in full.
Recently, attorneys Elizabeth J. McInturf & Isabella C. Demougeot of JDKatz, P.C., along with Maria Stratienko, had their article, “HIPAA & The Workplace” featured in The Maryland Bar Journal. Simply click here to read the article in full.
Attorney Elizabeth J. McInturff recently authored an article featured in The Daily Record regarding the implications of Maryland’s new Augmented Estate Law. The law issues new protections for spouses who are looking to take under an elective share. Additionally, it makes it more challenging to exclude certain assets from passing through probate. To read the […]
Attorney Jeffrey D. Katz of JDKatz, P.C., has written an article that was featured in Bloomberg Tax. Click here to read that article.
Read “Remote Execution: Present and Future of Estate Planning by Cailin J. Talbert, Esq., Katelyn E. Holbrook, Esq., and Claire Kretschmer. This article was authored for the Maryland Bar Journal Magazine. Simply click on the picture below
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 […]