Category: Maryland Law

Feb 20

CLIENT ALERT – Update on Corporate Transparency Act Reporting Requirements

Corporate Transparency Act Almost every business entity registered with a state (whether as an LLC, corporation, or otherwise) is required to complete and file a Beneficial Ownership Information Reporting (BOIR) form with the federal government. Reporting Process A copy of the current BOIR form is attached for reference. The form must be submitted online at… Read More »

Aug 22

Navigating Maryland MVA’s Response to Vehicle-Related Violations

By Lee J. Eidelberg, Esquire Facing the aftermath of a vehicle-related law violation in Maryland can be daunting, but it’s crucial to understand the steps that follow a conviction and the options you have. Maryland’s District Court works in tandem with the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA) to ensure that appropriate measures are taken in… Read More »

Jul 17

Adult Use Cannabis Now Legal

By Lee J. Eidelberg, Esquire In November 2022, Maryland voters approved a referendum to legalize marijuana for adult use. Following this, the Maryland Legislature passed the Cannabis Reform Act (H.B. 556/S.B. 516) in spring 2023. Governor Wes Moore signed the bill into law on May 3, 2023, thereby establishing its legal effect. As of July… Read More »

May 03

What Are My Options Upon Receipt of a Moving Violation?

By Lee J. Eidelberg, Esquire Moving violations in Maryland are of two varieties: “payable” or “non-serious” violations, and those which require the alleged offender to appear in court, or “must appear” violations.1 The latter violations, with limited exceptions, carry both monetary fines and a penalty of incarceration. Citations are now usually issued on a computer… Read More »

Jan 15

Understanding the Baltimore County HOME Act

In November 2019, the Baltimore County Council approved legislation to prohibit landlords from rejecting renters solely based on their source of income. This bill, also known as the Baltimore County HOME Act (The Housing Opportunity Made Equal Act), aims to make housing opportunities equal. What does it mean, and how will it impact you when… Read More »

Dec 24

What should You Not Do During Separation?

Disputes or quarrels tend to happen most of the time, and it’s ruining your relationship. Thus, you will only reach consensus if you think that it’s time to end your relationship and call for a separation. But not all have fulfilling separations. There are couples who end up in more serious disputes. But if you… Read More »

Jul 12

The EPA’s RRP Rule: Maryland Contractor Requirements and Penalties

The United States Environmental Protection Agency’s Lead Renovation, Repair, and Painting Rule (RRP) requires that firms performing renovation, repair, and painting projects follow lead-safe work practices. The rule further demands that lead-based paint in homes, child care facilities, and pre-schools built before 1978 must have their establishment certified by EPA. The review was conducted in… Read More »