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Stein Sperling tax attorneys David De Jong and Mark Schweighofer and estates and trusts attorney Steven Widdes were interviewed by Montgomery Community Media, as part of their Small Business Network series, on "The Good, The Bad and The Ugly of the Tax Reform Act."Read more about Stein Sperling Attorneys Interviewed on Tax Reform
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act brings significant changes to the tax treatment of alimony starting in 2019.Read more about Big Changes to Divorce: Alimony & Taxes
Beginning in 2018, Maryland business owners will no longer be mailed a reminder to file their company’s Annual Report and Personal Property Return on or before April 15.Read more about Don’t Forget Your Annual Report and Personal Property Return!
The Act, among other things, requires employers with 15 or more employees provide their employees with 1 hour of paid sick and safe leave for every 30 hours worked. It doesn't preempt Montgomery County's existing Earned Sick and Safe Leave Law.Read more about Maryland Healthy Working Families Act Takes Effect
Maryland employers are required to provide sick leave to their employees beginning February 11, 2018.Read more about Maryland Legislature Resuscitates Paid Sick Leave Bill, Employers Must Comply By February...
Stein Sperling tax law attorney Eric Rollinger will present during a Bar Association of Montgomery County Maryland Family Law Section CLE session.Read more about Marital Settlement Agreements: Drafting, Interpretation and Enforcement Issues
Stein Sperling family law attorney David Driscoll will join a panel on "Family Law Legends: Tales from Trial Table" during the Bar Association of Montgomery County Maryland's 124th Annual Meeting & Law Day Celebration.Read more about Family Law Legends: Tales from Trial Table
Stein Sperling civil litigation attorney Mary Lombardo presents at the 27th Annual Employment Law Update Seminar.Read more about “Pay Me Now or Pay Me Later:” Developments under the Fair Labor Standards Act
Stein Sperling family law attorney Casey Weinberg Florance will join the Honorable Harry Storm in presenting on contempt issues and how best to present a contempt case in court to the Family Law section of the Bar Association of Montgomery County, Maryland.Read more about Family Law Attorney Casey Florance Presents on Contempt Issues
Do you want to serve as a Best Interest, Child Privilege, or Child Advocate Attorney but do not have the required training?Read more about Representing Children in Contested Custody Cases in Maryland