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Monthly Archives: May 2022

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Challenges Faced By Medical Cannabis Businesses In Maryland

By Tobin O’Connor & Ewing |

Millennials have seen policies and public opinion regarding cannabis change dramatically in our lifetimes.  When we were in elementary school, it was “drugs are bad, and marijuana is a drug.”  Today, more than half of the states in the United States have medical cannabis programs, including Maryland.  The first legal grow operations and cannabis… Read More »

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House Of Representatives Passes Relief Funding Bill For Small Businesses

By Tobin O’Connor & Ewing |

Mask mandates may be a thing of the past, and getting ready to shift your work environment from in-person to virtual and back on short notice may be the new normal, but for small businesses, the pandemic ennui drags on, and rising prices and stagnant wages are not helping.  This problem is especially burdensome… Read More »

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Is Your Healthcare Business In Compliance With The No Surprises Act?

By Tobin O’Connor & Ewing |

At the beginning of 2022, the No Surprises Act took effect.  This law aims to reduce the burden of unexpected medical bills on consumers.  According to the new law, when a patient seeks treatment on an emergency basis, all the providers who dealt with the patient during the emergency visit and hospitalization (if any)… Read More »

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The Reluctant Personal Representative Of A Family Member’s Estate

By Tobin O’Connor & Ewing |

Estate planning lawyers always advised people to name someone they trust as personal representative of their estate and to notify that person as soon as they write the will, if not sooner.  The more the testator and the intended personal representative talk about the estate plan during the testator’s lifetime, the better.  Losing a… Read More »

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