Tag: Maryland Law

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 »

Jan 31

Provisional Licenses in Maryland

Before Maryland drivers can know the freedom of the open road, they must first obtain an instruction permit and later a provisional license. Learn more about drivers license requirements in Maryland, including the various restrictions and procedures involved in the process. What is an Instruction Permit? A Maryland resident qualifies for an instruction permit at… Read More »

Jun 06

Client Alert: Construction General Contractor Liability for Subcontractor’s Failure to Pay Wages

Effective October 1, 2018, construction general contractors will be jointly and severally liable for the failure by subcontractors to pay their employees in accordance with Maryland’s wage and hour law. This newly-imposed liability is significant. Under existing Maryland law, an employer that fails to pay its employees by Maryland’s wage and hour laws may be… Read More »

May 10

Out of State Driving Convictions – Do Points – Levin & Gann

By Lee J. Eidelberg, Esquire Maryland is a member of the “Driver’s License Compact” which, with other member States, promotes compliance with driving regulations and equality in one’s eligibility either to obtain a license or continue driving. Compact members pursue this goal by reporting each conviction of a person from another party state to the… Read More »

Sep 14

Moving Violations in Maryland: Should I Pay My Ticket, Request a Waiver Hearing, or Request a Trial?

By Lee J. Eidelberg Moving violations in Maryland vary in severity. Some call only for the payment of fines while others call for jail sentences that require offenders to appear in court on a designated trial date. For moving violations that carry no penalty of incarceration, offenders can elect one of three options that are… Read More »