This year marks the 20th anniversary of Maryland Legal Aid’s Equal Justice Council, one of very few associations in the country whose members unite for the sole purpose of supporting the work of a legal aid organization. The EJC was ...Read More »
Department of Education Secretary Betsy DeVos has wasted little time stirring up a hornet’s nest in announcing her intention to rescind or revise Obama-era Title IX guidelines regarding sexual harassment and assault on college campuses. On Friday, she announced three ...Read More »
Judge Richard Posner of the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, the legendary professor and federal jurist, retired Sept. 2. Posner’s writings – in articles, books and case decisions – are prodigious. He has written so much on a variety ...Read More »
When it comes to valuations, different circumstances require varying levels of service. Similar to accountants’ providing increasing levels of assurance for financial statements (compilations, reviews and audits), business valuators offer increasing assurance for business valuations as they provide calculations of ...
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Most employers now use electronic timekeeping software for payroll purposes. These programs offer an easy means of accurately tracking employee work hours and breaks. Used appropriately, they can offer significant savings to employers – the American Payroll Association estimates that ...Read More »
The aerial surveillance spy plane flying over Baltimore was much in the news in 2016. Earlier this summer, a spy plane program was considered – for a time – by the mayor and police force of Miami-Dade, Florida. But the ...Read More »