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Are You Really Covered?

An interesting federal appeals court case affirms an insurance coverage rule that all businesses that carry professional liability insurance should know. The case involved an accounting firm’s professional liability policy that started on July 1, 2008, which covered the firm in the event that it was held to be liable for, “an act or omission…

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Lock-Out Or Not, the Washington Redskins Lost

Lock-out or not, the Washington Redskins lost today. In court. A federal appeals court upheld a decision that the team violated the Americans With Disabilities Act by not providing three individuals who are deaf or hearing-impaired, with access to the lyrics to music played over the speakers at the Redskins’ home stadium, FedEx Field. The…

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Constitutionality of Requiring Vaccines for School Children

Yesterday the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, which is the federal appeals court that has jurisdiction over federal courts in Maryland and other Mid-Atlantic states, upheld the constitutionality of a West Virginia law requiring all children to be immunized for diphtheria, polio, rubella, tetanus, and whooping cough as a condition to…

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Business Law: SBA Makes Changes to the 8(a) Business Development Program

On March 14, 2011, revisions to the U.S. Small Business Administration 8(a) Business Development Program become effective, marking the first time in 10 years that comprehensive changes will be made. The revisions include technical and substantive changes to ensure small businesses can properly compete and win federal government contracts. The revisions encompass changes to numerous…

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Business Law: How To Work With Your Banker When Loan Default Looms

Mark T. Jensen, co-founder of Bowie & Jensen and head of the firm’s transaction department, gives tips for businesses struggling with loans Towson, MD: Mr. Jensen is a co-founder of Bowie & Jensen and leads the firm’s transactional department. He has received numerous legal awards and most recently was named to SmartCEO’s legal elite. As…

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Worst CEOs of 2010 – What Not To Do In 2011

Tony Hayward of BP, Mark Hurd, CEO of HP and William Weldon of Johnson & Johnson have been identified by Sydney Finkelstein, Steven Roth Professor of Management at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College, as the worst CEO’s of 2010. Professor Finkelstein found that they all share the “unfortunate combination of believing they’ve…

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