Niles, Barton & Wilmer, LLP

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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Utility to Small Business of New Top Level Domain Names Questioned

This spring, ICANN (the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers), the non-profit private organization charged with coordinating internet addresses, released 600 new generic top level domain (gTLD) names, including…more

Domain Names, gTLD, ICANN, Small Business

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Condominiums May Not Opt Out Of Maryland's Mandatory Insurance Provisions

Section 11-114 of the Maryland Condominium Act provides that Condominium Associations must maintain property insurance on the entire condominium including units, excepting improvements and betterments installed by the Unit…more

Bylaws, Condominium Associations, Condominiums, Declaratory Judgments, Property Insurance

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Employers Achieve Victories in Maryland General Assembly

Maryland employers achieved victories this legislative session with the defeat of several bills that would have harmed businesses of all sizes. It is encouraging that none of these bills made it to the floor of either Chamber…more

General Assembly, Legislative Agendas, Minimum Wage, Non-Disclosure Agreement, Wage and Hour

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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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The Onus of Owning: Recent Reduction in ‘Minor Privilege’ Fees in Baltimore City

One of the onuses (and irritants) of owning a building in Baltimore is the City’s imposition of fees for so-called “minor privileges.” What is a minor privilege? A minor privilege is a grant by the City of the right to use the…more

Annual Fees, Minor Privileges, Right of Way

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Baltimore City Council Adopts IgCC

Lost in the noise from the Baltimore City Council’s recent adoption of legislation requiring police body cameras and banning plastic bags, was news of the Council’s adoption of the International Green Construction Code (IgCC). …more

Building Codes, Green Buildings, New Legislation

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MIA Announces Opportunity for Comment on Draft Proposed Regulation 31.01.02 on Emergency Powers

On January 23, 2015, the Maryland Insurance Administration issued Bulletin 15-04 to announce a thirty-day opportunity for comment on Draft Proposed Regulation 31.01.02 – Emergency Powers…more

Emergency Response, Proposed Regulation, Public Comment, Rulemaking Process

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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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Employers Achieve Victories in Maryland General Assembly

Maryland employers achieved victories this legislative session with the defeat of several bills that would have harmed businesses of all sizes. It is encouraging that none of these bills made it to the floor of either Chamber…more

General Assembly, Legislative Agendas, Minimum Wage, Non-Disclosure Agreement, Wage and Hour

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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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Licensed Insurance Companies Exempt from Maryland Income Tax

Are insurers licensed to do business in Maryland subject to state income tax on profits derived from sources other than insurance policy premiums? That was the question before the Maryland Tax Court in National Indemnity Company…more

Corporate Taxes, Income Taxes, Insurance Contracts, Insurers, Successor Liability

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MIA Announces Opportunity for Comment on Draft Proposed Regulation 31.01.02 on Emergency Powers

On January 23, 2015, the Maryland Insurance Administration issued Bulletin 15-04 to announce a thirty-day opportunity for comment on Draft Proposed Regulation 31.01.02 – Emergency Powers…more

Emergency Response, Proposed Regulation, Public Comment, Rulemaking Process

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Employers Achieve Victories in Maryland General Assembly

Maryland employers achieved victories this legislative session with the defeat of several bills that would have harmed businesses of all sizes. It is encouraging that none of these bills made it to the floor of either Chamber…more

General Assembly, Legislative Agendas, Minimum Wage, Non-Disclosure Agreement, Wage and Hour

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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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Condominiums May Not Opt Out Of Maryland's Mandatory Insurance Provisions

Section 11-114 of the Maryland Condominium Act provides that Condominium Associations must maintain property insurance on the entire condominium including units, excepting improvements and betterments installed by the Unit…more

Bylaws, Condominium Associations, Condominiums, Declaratory Judgments, Property Insurance

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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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Areas of Practice
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