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Maryland Tax Court sides with foreclosure sale purchasers on Payment of IDOT Taxes

USA - September 17 2012 The Maryland Tax Court on August 28, 2012, handed down a decision that addressed a concern of many foreclosing lenders: must a foreclosure sale purchaser pay recordation taxes on a defaulted Indemnity Deed of Trust (IDOT) as well as those due on a substitute trustees' deed?...

Michelle M. McGeogh, Jon M. Laria.

Maryland user name and password privacy protections take effect October 1

USA - September 7 2012 Beginning October 1, 2012, employees and job applicants personal email accounts, Facebook pages, Twitter accounts, Pinterest pages, and similar accounts will gain more protection from Maryland employers...

Michelle M. McGeogh.

Maryland blazes trail for employees’ private use of social media accounts

USA - April 10 2012 Maryland would become the first state in the nation to prohibit employers from asking or requiring that prospective or current employees provide a user name, password, or other means for accessing their personal online accounts under a bill passed by the Maryland General Assembly on Monday....

Claire Ana-Perot Tracey.

Maryland Healthy Retail Employee Act mandates breaks

USA - May 26 2010 Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley has signed the Healthy Retail Employee Act, requiring retail establishments with 50 or more employees to provide certain breaks for employees....

Michelle M. McGeogh.