Chambers USA Recognizes Tydings' Attorneys

The 2013 edition of Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business recognizes two Tydings' attorneys: Alan M. Grochal for his bankruptcy litigation practice and Lawrence J. Quinn for his labor and employment practice.

U.S. Supreme Court Strikes Down Maryland Decision Allowing Rapist To Go Free

Tydings represented the Maryland Coalition Against Sexual Assault, along with 26 other coalitions in an important Fourth Amendment case before the U.S. Supreme Court, seeking to overturn a Maryland court decision holding that DNA testing of arrestees was unconstitutional.

DRI-The Voice of the Defense Bar Appoints Jaime W. Luse Program Chair Its 2014 Employment and Labor Law Seminar

DRI-The Voice of the Defense Bar appointed Jaime W. Luse program chair of its 2014 Employment and Labor Law Seminar. In addition to this role, Ms. Luse is also chair of DRI’s ADA/FMLA Subcommittee.

Forget About the Prenup; Now It's The Postnup

Postnuptial agreements are increasingly popular according to a 2012 poll. The study indicates that these agreements are often used by couples who marry later in life or are prompted by a change in financial status or an extramarital affair.

Gregory M. Garrett Named Partner

Tydings announces that Gregory M. Garrett has been named a partner effective January 1, 2013.

New Law, New Clients, New Questions

With Maryland's passage of the Civil Marriage Protection Act granting same-sex couples the right to marry, questions will arise as couples transition from domestic partnership arrangements to the traditional marital model.

Diane V. D'Aiutolo Elected President Of Network 2000

Diane V. D’Aiutolo has been elected to President of Network 2000. She previously held the offices of Vice President and Secretary. Network 2000 has been opening doors for women since 1993. Their mission is to promote the advancement of women in professional and executive positions.

Circuit Court For Howard County Affirms Performance Bond Obligation To Tydings' Client, First Baptist Church Of Guilford

(Ellicott City, Maryland – May 31, 2011) -- In a construction dispute involving the performance bond obligations of Fidelity & Deposit Company, the Circuit Court of Howard County affirmed on May 23 that F&D could not avoid financial liability for a decision by Harbor View Contractors to abandon its construction contract with Tydings’ client, First Baptist Church of Guilford.

Maryland Attorney General Warns Slots MBE Plan Risky

A policy giving minority-owned businesses up to 35 percent of work to build and operate Maryland’s slots parlors could fail a legal challenge, according to Attorney General Doug Gansler.

Among The Minority: Many Maryland MBE Contracts Going To Nonprofits

Maryland paid nearly $800 million to 20 contractors through the state’s minority business program over much of Gov. Martin O’Malley’s first term. But almost a third of that money went to nonprofits that help people with disabilities, not the minority- and women-owned companies the program was originally intended to boost.

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