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Employment law can be complicated, and understanding laws between candidates and potential employers requires diligent research and preparation. Here, the Maryland employment law attorneys at Bowie & Jensen explain what hiring managers can and cannot ask a job candidate’s references, and how these laws can impact employment. Recent Changes in Maryland Employment Law Until several…

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Have you ever seen a volunteer event go terribly wrong? Imagine a summer block party put on by the neighborhood association, or the spring fling for a local charity. The weather is perfect. The turnout is outstanding. People are having a great time. Then, one guest starts having too much fun and one too many…

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In Maryland, and in many other states, it is the builder’s responsibility to ensure any structure meets all applicable building codes, regardless of the language of a contract.  Construction contracts in Maryland automatically include the local law where the work is to be preformed, meaning that county building codes are automatically part of a contract,…

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Bowie-Jensen, LLC wishes to alert our clients about a recent development involving a local payroll company called Accu-pay Incorporated in Bel Air, Maryland.  If your business employed Accu-pay to manage your employee’s payrolls, your payroll taxes may have been withheld from the IRS.  Wags Inc. also known as the Emergency Animal Hospital filed suit in…

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When submitting a bid, it is the duty of the party making the offer to demonstrate an understanding of the project requirements.  This means that the party making the offer must include an adequate approach to performing all requirements and make the written bid specific enough as to leave nothing up to interpretation or misunderstanding…

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