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Stein Sperling attorneys regularly speak to professional, industry and community groups on legal topics and developments in the law. Below is a listing of our most recent seminars and speaking engagements.


Stein Sperling tax and estates and trusts attorneys will offer a comprehensive overview of estate administration. 

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Stein Sperling Business and Tax attorney David De Jong will speak to the Maryland Society of Accounting and Tax Professionals on Corporate Maintenance.

Read more - De Jong Presents to Accounting and Tax Professionals on Corporate Maintenance


Civil litigation attorney Jeff Schwaber presents during the BAMC's Law Day celebration.

Read more - Jeff Schwaber Presents on “When Deals Go Bad Who Pays”


03/07/17


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Paul Stein Presents on Intersection of Family and Criminal Law

Date: March 7, 2017

Time: 5:00pm - 7:45pm

Speaker(s): Paul T. Stein, Honorable Karla N. Smith, Honorable Jeannie Eun Kyung Cho, Honorable Debra Dwyer, Honorable Margaret M. Schweitzer, Thomas DeGonia III, Esq., Christina Hughes, Esq. , Maura Lynch, Esq., Pilar Nichols, Esq.

Event Type: Speaking Engagement

Sponsored By: The Bar Association of Montgomery County, Maryland

Location: Montgomery County Circuit Court, Montgomery County Circuit Court, North Tower, Rockville, Maryl 20850

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. 

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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 - 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 - Jeremy Vaida Presents Tax Considerations for Medical Cannabis Businesses in Maryland


Resource Center

Sperm Donor Agreements: Why You Need One Even When Using…

The purpose of a donor agreement is to clearly establish that donor is not the child's legal parent.


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Estate Planning FAQs: Maryland Probate

Letters of Administration? "Interested Persons"? Accounts? Learn about the Maryland Probate Process.


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Wage Laws in Maryland, D.C. and Virginia: Common Issues

Missteps, such as misclassification of employees and paying workers "salary," can lead to claims.


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FAQs about Wage Laws in Maryland, D.C. and Virginia

The laws are complex and provide for significant penalties for any violations.


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