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Whiteford, Taylor & Preston L.L.P. 
Bethesda, Maryland Office
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7501 Wisconsin Avenue, Suite 700W
Bethesda, Maryland  20814

(Montgomery Co.)

Telephone: 301-804-3610

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About this office:

Whiteford, Taylor & Preston L.L.P. is a business service law firm providing representation in the Mid-Atlantic Region for local, national and multinational clients. All offices offer the full resources of the firm with practice concentrations that reflect the special needs of groups of clients and industries. Our diverse client base includes businesses of all sizes and types including banks and financial institutions, manufacturers, distributors, health care institutions and providers, retailers, contractors, service businesses, insurers and non-profit organizations. For more information about Whiteford, Taylor & Preston, and greater detail about our attorneys, please visit our website: www.wtplaw.com.


Specific Practice & Industry Groups Details:
Administrative Law & Regulatory LitigationAdministrative Law and Regulatory Guidance
Appellate PracticeBusiness Litigation
Clean Energy TechnologyCommunity Associations
Cyber Security, Data Management & PrivacyE-discovery
Green Building and SustainabilityInsurance Coverage & Defense Litigation
InternationalInternational Practice
Nonprofit Organizations and AssociationsProduct Design, Manufacturing and Distribution
Products Liability, Toxic Exposure & Environmental LitigationTransportation and Railroad

Statement of Practice Summary:
Administrative Law, Admiralty and Maritime Law, Advertising and Marketing, Aged and Aging, Agency and Distributorships, Antitrust and Trade Regulation, Appellate Practice, Bankruptcy, Banking and Finance, Biotechnology, Business Law, Chancery and Equity, Civil Practice, Civil Rights, Class Action Defense, Collections, Commercial Law, Commercial Real Estate, Communications and Media, Computers and Software, Constitutional Law, Construction Law, Consumer Law, Contracts, Copyrights, Corporate Law, Debtor and Creditor, Disabilities, Education Law, Election, Campaign and Political Law, Eminent Domain, Employee Benefits, Energy, Environmental Law, Equipment Finance and Leasing, Fidelity and Surety, Finance, Franchises and Franchising, General Practice, Government, Government Contracts, Guardianship and Conservatorship, Health and Hospital, Housing Law, Immigration and Naturalization, Insurance, Insurance Defense, Intellectual Property, International Law, International Trade, Investments, Labor and Employment, Law Enforcement, Leases and Leasing, Legal Ethics and Professional Responsibility, Libel, Slander and Defamation, Litigation, Media Law, Medical Malpractice, Medicare and Medicaid, Mergers, Acquisition and Divestitures, Mortgages, Municipal Law, Natural Resources, Negligence, Nonprofit and Charitable Organizations, Occupational Safety and Health, Partnership Law, Patents, Personal Injury, Premise Liability, Privacy Law, Probate, Products Liability, Professional Liability, Property Law, Public Finance, Railroad Law, Real Estate, Regulatory Law, RICO, Securities, Taxation, Technology and Science, Torts, Toxic Torts, Trade Secrets, Trademarks, Transportation, Trusts and Estates, Unfair Competition, White Collar Crime, Wills, Workers Compensation, Zoning, Planning and Land Use.

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Applicants' Criminal Histories May Soon Be Off Limits in Initial Interviews in Montgomery County and District of Columbia
Jeffrey C. Seaman, September 11, 2014
The District of Columbia has enacted a law that will prohibit employers with 10 or more fulltime employees from inquiring about a job applicant's criminal history during the initial application process. There is similar legislation pending in Montgomery County, Maryland, and a public hearing on the...

The "Unpaid" Intern
A. Ari Ghosal, September 11, 2014
You are contemplating hiring an “intern” for your organization. You have budget constraints, but you could sure use the extra help. What should you do? Should the intern be classified as an unpaid volunteer or paid employee? Recently, the US Department of Labor (“DOL”)...

Suspension of Community Privileges: Maryland
Roberto M. Montesinos, April 16, 2014
A community association’s ability to suspend an owner’s voting privileges and community privileges, such as parking, pool, and/or fitness center access, is a powerful tool associations can use in getting the attention of owners who are in violation of association governing documents....

Year Established: 1933

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