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Monthly Archives: November 2020

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The Orphan’s Court Recognizes Your Same Sex Marriage, Even If Your In-Laws Do Not

By Tobin O’Connor & Ewing |

Same sex marriage in Maryland is relatively new, and many same sex couples who had been together for many years took the first opportunity to formalize their marriages, even if that meant traveling out of state to get legally married. Maryland courts began issuing marriage certificates to same sex couples in 2013, and for… Read More »

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Maryland-Based Clothing Company Faces Lawsuit from Shareholder Over Lack of Transparency

By Tobin O’Connor & Ewing |

When most people think of business disputes, the first thing that comes to mind is business partners having a falling out. For example, maybe one partner uses company funds for personal expenses, and when the other partners find out, they take him to court about it. In other business disputes, one partner wants to… Read More »

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Washington DC Offers Pivot Grants for Small Businesses

By Tobin O’Connor & Ewing |

With the COVID-19 pandemic still raging and cold and flu season about to begin, it has become obvious that it is not possible just to sit back and wait for the pandemic to pass. Small businesses, if they are going to continue to operate at all in the current business climate, must find a… Read More »

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Probate Disputes About Disinterment of Remains

By Tobin O’Connor & Ewing |

Most probate disputes are directly or indirectly about money. The parties’ ultimate motivation is usually to determine that they get their fair share of the decedent’s estate. Sometimes there are other issues involved, such as whether the will was forged or signed under duress or undue influence. The parties might even disagree over which… Read More »

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