About this office:
Established in 1953, Gordon, Feinblatt, Rothman, Hoffberger & Hollander, LLC's approximately 70 attorneys assure competence in virtually every area of the law without sacrificing personalized attention to our clients. The Firm's prevailing values are quality, integrity, collegiality and the placing of client interests ahead of Firm and personal interest. We are committed to advancing and protecting the interests of the business and professional community, delivering our services effectively and efficiently, and garnering the continued trust and confidence of our clients.
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Statement of Practice Summary:
Alternative Dispute Resolution; Bankruptcy; Debtor and Creditor; Business Law; Corporate Law; Mergers, Acquisitions and Divestitures; Contracts; Antitrust; Business Reorganization; Partnership Law; Securities; Employment Law; E-Discovery; Labor and Employment; Employee Benefits; Environmental Law; Banks and Banking; Energy Law; Family Law; Mortgage Law; Financial Services Law; Banking Law; Trademarks; Government Relations; Copyrights; Health Care; Computers and Software; Intellectual Property; Complex and Multi-District Litigation; Class Actions; Wills; Litigation; Leases and Leasing; Personal Injury; Real Estate; Real Estate Workouts; Tax Planning; Technology and Science; Trusts And Estates; Internet Law; Taxation.
Documents by Lawyers at this office
Lender Held to Hold Unperfected Lien on Payment Right Under Borrower's Business Interruption Insurance Policy
Lawrence D. Coppel, September 14, 2015
In Wheeling & Lake Erie Railway Co. v. Keach (In re Montreal, Maine & Atlantic Railway, Ltd), --F3d--, 2015 WL 4934212 (1st Cir. August 19, 2015), a case of first impression at the appellate level, the US Court of Appeals for the First Circuit, applying Maine law, held that a lender’s...
Inadvertent Releases of Financing Statements and Mortgages
Edward J. Levin, August 7, 2015
Wouldn’t it seem that the results should be the same in both cases - that inadvertent releases of termination statements either are effective or ineffective - especially if third parties are not adversely affected? Actually, the answer provided by a recent Second Circuit case under the...
A Tax Lien Does Not Lapse If Not Renewed After 12 Years
Edward J. Levin, August 4, 2015
In State of Maryland, Comptroller of Maryland v. Shipe, No. 0009, Sept. Term 2014, CSA, filed February 3, 2005, the Court of Special Appeals held that a tax lien filed by the State of Maryland does not lapse and does not need to be renewed 12 years after notice if it is filed with a circuit court.
Year Established: 1953