Changes to Maryland MBE Law: Contractors Be Wary


The State of Maryland has always been aggressive in providing opportunities

for minorities to do business with the State. For example, in 2008 its Minority

Business Enterprise program (MBE) was instrumental in generating $1.3 billion

dollars in contracts to minority- and women-owned businesses. However,

despite the success, some may think that the most recent MBE legislation

goes too far in creating onerous burdens on contractors doing business with

the State. Paul S. Sugar and Eric Radz of Ober|Kaler discuss.

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