Niles, Barton & Wilmer, LLP

111 South Calvert Street Suite 1400
Baltimore, MD 21202, United States

  • 410-783-6300
  • 410-783-6363

What Should I Know About Maryland Estate and Gift Taxes in 2014?

Since 2004, the State of Maryland has had a separate estate tax with an exemption level of $1 million per person, in contrast to the federal estate tax exemption which currently exceeds $5 million and is indexed for inflation…more

Estate Tax, Gift Tax, Gift-Tax Exemption

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Another delay in the Affordable Care Act’s Employer Mandate - A Reprieve For Many Employers

The Obama administration announced last week that some mid-sized businesses would have an additional year to comply with the employer mandate or “pay or play” provisions of the Affordable Care Act. The employer mandate requires…more

Affordable Care Act, Employer Mandates, IRS, Pay or Play, Shared Responsibility Rule

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Homeowner’s Insurance Anti-Concurrent Causation Clause – Prohibited

On June 1, 2013 House Bill 695 will take effect in Maryland. The bill, although the title seems harsh, does not eliminate or prohibit the inclusion of the Anti-Concurrent Causation Clause in the homeowner’s insurance policies…more

Anti-Concurrent Causation Clauses, Homeowner's Insurance, New Legislation

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Court of Appeals Rejects Mandatory Treble Damages Under Wage Payment and Collection Law

Last week, in the case of Peters v. Early Healthcare Giver, Inc., the Court of Appeals had another opportunity to reflect on the Maryland Wage Payment and Collection Law (“WPCL”) and specifically discuss the application of the…more

Appeals, Attorney's Fees, Employer Liability Issues, Treble Damages, Unpaid Overtime

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Subrogation Alert - Hodges v. Federal-Mogul Corporation

A recently-published decision of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Virginia should be expected to have an immediate impact on the use of expert testimony in subrogation cases in that region. The case, Hodges…more

Expert Testimony, Hodges v Federal-Mogul, National Fire Protection Agency, Subrogation, Workers' Compensation Defense

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MIA Bulletin 12-15: Proposed New Regulations Involving Property Claims After Hurricanes

On August 9, 2012, the Maryland Insurance Administration issued Bulletin 12-15, wherein it presented proposed regulations impacting insurers who apply percentage deductibles to hurricane or storm claims. The regulations are…more

Homeowner's Insurance, Hurricane Sandy, Insurers, Natural Disasters, Underwriting

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Baltimore Businesses: Ban the Box or Jump in Jail!

Employers employing 10 or more full-time equivalent employees in the City of Baltimore beware: if you use criminal conviction information before making a conditional offer of employment, you risk criminal penalties under…more

Background Checks, Ban the Box, Criminal Background Checks

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Passing the Buck: The Impact of Maryland's New Stormwater Fees on Commercial Leases

During its 2012 legislative session, the Maryland General Assembly passed HB 987, a bill which required that the ten separate EPA-licensed storm sewer system (“MS4”) jurisdictions in Maryland (Baltimore City and nine counties-…more

Commercial Leases, Environmental Policies, EPA, Industrial Stormwater Rule, Remediation

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FIO Report Sets the Stage for an Active Year in Insurance Regulation

It has been the perfect sort of winter for curling up with a good read, and this winter brought us some of the most highly-anticipated reading material of the past few years: the December 12, 2013 report prepared by the Federal…more

Federal Insurance Office, Insurance Reform

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Port of Baltimore Receives Investments for Expansion to Compete Globally

Over the past three to four years the Port of Baltimore has made significant investments in upgrading its cargo handling infrastructure to accommodate what officials hope will be a corresponding increase in cargo volume brought…more

Economic Development, Ports

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Homeowner’s Insurance Anti-Concurrent Causation Clause – Prohibited

On June 1, 2013 House Bill 695 will take effect in Maryland. The bill, although the title seems harsh, does not eliminate or prohibit the inclusion of the Anti-Concurrent Causation Clause in the homeowner’s insurance policies…more

Anti-Concurrent Causation Clauses, Homeowner's Insurance, New Legislation

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Mediation 101: Be a Prepared Participant So You Win Your Mediation

That’s right – the title suggests you can win in mediation even though many say that you will walk away from a settlement either angry or disappointed. With proper preparation you, the client, can leave mediation feeling like a…more

Mediation, Settlement

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Homeowner’s Insurance Anti-Concurrent Causation Clause – Prohibited

On June 1, 2013 House Bill 695 will take effect in Maryland. The bill, although the title seems harsh, does not eliminate or prohibit the inclusion of the Anti-Concurrent Causation Clause in the homeowner’s insurance policies…more

Anti-Concurrent Causation Clauses, Homeowner's Insurance, New Legislation

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Emerging Trends in Lawsuits Against Real Estate Professionals

The current real estate market has caused an increase in activity for real estate professionals. With this increase in activity, there has also been an increase in litigation against real estate agents, brokers, appraisers, home…more

Appraisal, Duty of Care, FDIC, Property Damage, Real Estate Market

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Homeowner’s Insurance Anti-Concurrent Causation Clause – Prohibited

On June 1, 2013 House Bill 695 will take effect in Maryland. The bill, although the title seems harsh, does not eliminate or prohibit the inclusion of the Anti-Concurrent Causation Clause in the homeowner’s insurance policies…more

Anti-Concurrent Causation Clauses, Homeowner's Insurance, New Legislation

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Homeowner’s Insurance Anti-Concurrent Causation Clause – Prohibited

On June 1, 2013 House Bill 695 will take effect in Maryland. The bill, although the title seems harsh, does not eliminate or prohibit the inclusion of the Anti-Concurrent Causation Clause in the homeowner’s insurance policies…more

Anti-Concurrent Causation Clauses, Homeowner's Insurance, New Legislation

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Areas of Practice
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)
  • Antitrust & Trade Regulation
  • Appellate Practice
  • Bankruptcy
  • Business Organizations
  • Business Torts
  • Commercial Law & Contracts
  • Communications & Media Law
  • Construction Law
  • Criminal Law
  • Debtor/Creditor
  • Finance & Banking
  • Insurance
  • Intellectual Property
  • Labor & Employment Law
  • Litigation
  • Maritime Law
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Real Estate
  • Science, Computers, & Tech
  • Taxation
  • Transportation
  • Wills, Trusts, & Estate Planning
  • Zoning, Planning & Land Use
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Locations
Other U.S. Locations
  • Maryland
Number of Attorneys

25-50 Attorneys

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