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CLIENT ALERT Estate Planning During this period of time of uncertainty, all of us here at Bowie & Jensen, LLC recognize how distressful the coronavirus pandemic is for each and every one of us. As Marylanders continue to focus on our wellbeing and that of our families, it is an ideal time to focus on…

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Bowie & Jensen is carefully following ongoing federal and Maryland state business relief efforts in response to the COVID-19 emergency. This page provides an overview of the currently available loan and grant programs created to provide relief to businesses affected by the emergency. If you would like to discuss any of these programs, please contact…

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A federal court in Illinois recently dismissed with prejudice a group of class action lawsuits against firm clients Target Corporation and a private label manufacturer for the nationwide retailer.  The court agreed that the plaintiffs’ claims that “100% Grated Parmesan Cheese” is falsely advertised because the room temperature product does not consist entirely of cheese,…

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By: Cynthia L. Polasko In part one of this article, attorney Cynthia L. Polasko discussed a case where Bowie & Jensen, LLC represented Evapco, Inc. and several of its subsidiary companies in a lawsuit against a former employee, his wife, and two corporations that the husband and wife formed together. In addition, Polasko outlines how the…

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On Thursday, June 21, 2018, the Supreme Court decided that an out-of-state seller can be required to collect sales tax in a state even if the seller doesn’t have a physical presence there. In doing so, the Court expressly overruled its own longstanding precedent. The primary practical impact of the decision is that internet sellers…

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On May 24, 2018, the Court of Appeals of Maryland filed its decision in Young Electrical Contractors, Inc. v. Dustin Construction, Inc. In its decision, the Court of Appeals analyzed a Subcontract under Virginia law to determine whether the payment provisions in the Subcontract were “paid-if-paid” or “paidwhen-paid” provisions. The Circuit Court held that a…

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