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Stein Sperling Injury Law attorneys Nindiya Ramchandani and Jonathan Lieberman presented to the Dar Al-Hijrah Islamic Center in Falls Church, Virginia, on understanding your auto insurance policy.Read more about Nindiya Ramchandani and Jonathan Lieberman Present on Auto Insurance
In Maryland, if you are an owner, officer or even human resource manager, you can be held personally liable for unpaid wages. The structure of a corporation, LLC or other limited liability entity may no longer protect certain individuals within the company when it comes to complaints made by current or former employees that the company has failed to pay all wages due and owing to them.Read more about Can I Be Held Personally Liable for My Employee’s Claim for Unpaid Wages?
Washington, D.C. Super Lawyers magazine, featured in the April 23, 2017, Washington Post Magazine, recognized 23 Stein Sperling attorneys on their 2017 Top 100, Super Lawyers and Rising Stars lists.Read more about
23 Stein Sperling attorneys included on Washington, D.C. Super Lawyers 2017 list
Has a loved one ever given you their password and permission to access their email? Do you share a Netflix password with other family member? What about logging onto a colleague’s work computer with their credentials to send them a document that they need? According to two recent rulings by the Ninth Circuit, you may be breaking the law.Read more about Digital Dangers: Is Sharing a Password a Crime?
From family law to wage laws, discover the most read articles in our resource center in 2016.Read more about Stein Sperling’s Top Resources of 2016
Where family law and criminal law intersect, both matters become more complex, and failure to identify the issues and a strategy with a singular focus that adequately addresses the procedural and evidentiary interplay between the two arenas can have severe consequences for clients.Read more about Paul Stein Presents on Intersection of Family and Criminal Law
Whether your situation is straightforward or complex, Trusts & Estates attorney Micah Bonaviri will help you understand the process of developing an estate plan and answer any questions you may have along the way.Read more about Knowledge in the New Year: Understanding Trusts & Wills
Before opening to the public, though, “cannabusinesses” should be aware that they are subject to Internal Revenue Code Section 280E, which prevents them from deducting ordinary and necessary expenses. Consequently, without proper tax planning, cannabis growers, processors and dispensaries can be faced with tax bills that dwarf their annual profits. Furthermore, in the last few years, hundreds of cannabusinesses have been audited by the IRS, further straining already lean budgets.Read more about Jeremy Vaida Presents Tax Considerations for Medical Cannabis Businesses in Maryland
This trio of presentations will update accountants and financial planners on topics affecting their clients. Attorneys from Stein Sperling’s Tax Law, Employment Law and Estates + Trusts departments will offer three sessions moderated by David S. De Jong in one program for a total of 3 CPE credits.Read more about A Trifecta of Hot Topics
Employment law attorney Darla McClure will present on "Hiring and Firing Issues" at the 2016 Solo and Small Firm Principals Conference held by the Maryland Society of Accounting and Tax Professionals.Read more about Darla McClure Presents Hiring and Firing Issues