On January 7th, Adelberg, Rudow, Dorf & Hendler, LLC sponsored the “Share the Warmth” drive for The Education Foundation of Baltimore County Public Schools at The Exchangeree, a collaborative center set up by the Foundation to provide teachers with essential school supplies for their classrooms. The “Share the Warmth” drive collects hats, gloves, scarves, mittens…

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Six Adelberg Rudow attorneys have been selected to the Maryland Super Lawyers list for 2020, and one attorney has been selected to the 2020 Maryland Rising Stars list. Every year, Super Lawyers recognizes the top lawyers in Maryland through a peer-selection process that involves extensive peer evaluation and peer nomination. Only five percent of attorneys…

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It has long been the law of Maryland that a spouse cannot be disinherited upon the death of the other spouse. This concept dates back to our common law. The purpose of this law is to ensure that the surviving spouse is adequately provided for during the remainder of his or her life.  The current…

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Adelberg Managing Member Oren Saltzman recently attended MSI Global Alliance’s 2019 Americas Regional Meeting in Chicago, Illinois. The three day event, hosted at Swissôtel Chicago, brought together MSI members and representatives to meet and network while attending a variety of panels based around the theme of “adapting through change with resilience.” Tim Wilson and Tim…

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On January 23rd, 2019, OSHA penalties increased by 2.5 percent to account for inflation, which compounds steep increases to OSHA penalties made in 2016. OSHA penalties are costly construction expenses that employers would do well to avoid whenever possible. As such, it is vital that employers not only remain diligent with its safety programs, but…

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In 2018, revisions were made to a groundbreaking 2015 Maryland law that permits divorce without the traditional year-long separation under certain circumstances. These recent revisions have expanded the original law and made mutual consent divorce accessible to a larger swath of prospective divorcees. Here, family law attorney Andrew Radding of Adelberg Rudow discusses mutual consent…

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The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has just announced that individuals who give gifts within the current, expanded exclusion amounts will not be negatively impacted when exclusion amounts are halved in 2025. The 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act doubled the value of assets that can be transferred to heirs without triggering federal estate or gift…

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