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The Importance of Property Succession

Posted by Katherine L. Taylor, Attorney | Mar 11, 2014 | 0 Comments

Whether you decide to sell, retire, or leave your business due to health reasons, it is important that you plan for the day you will no longer be able to run your company. Succession planning is a very important part of business planning and is something that you should address when you first go ...

Historic Preservation Easements

Posted by Katherine L. Taylor, Attorney | Apr 08, 2013 | 0 Comments

A historic preservation easement is a type of conservation easement designed to protect a significant historic, archaeological, or cultural resource. An easement is an agreement between a property owner and another party which limits certain rights of the owner. Preservation easements entered int...

Can you trademark the Easter Bunny?

Posted by Katherine L. Taylor, Attorney | Apr 01, 2013 | 0 Comments

Europe's High Court heard a suit brought by Chocoladefabriken Lindt & Sprüngli against Franz Hauswirth GmbH over a trademark for their gold-foiled chocolate Easter bunny.  According to Reuters, "Hauswirth argued Lindt was using its trademark to quash competition unfairly. It said chocolate bunnie...

HoCo Announces Comprehensive Rezoning!

Posted by Katherine L. Taylor, Attorney | Oct 10, 2012 | 0 Comments

Howard County's Department of Planning and Zoning announced today that it will launch the countywide rezoning process and will be accepting proposals for zoning map and regulation amendments between October 15 and December 14, 2012. For more information, see the announcement sent out by the count...

Maryland Corkage Law

Posted by Katherine L. Taylor, Attorney | Oct 07, 2012 | 0 Comments

This past April, Maryland passed a law approving corkage. Corkage is the practice of bringing your own wine to a restaurant that already has a wine menu. Corkage allows patrons to enjoy a wine that is not already stocked by the restaurant. This differs from some Baltimore restaurants BYOB practic...

Online Sales Tax

Posted by Katherine L. Taylor, Attorney | Sep 09, 2012 | 0 Comments

 I am frequently asked by small business owners what their responsibility is as to collecting sales tax from purchases generated by their websites. An online presence is different from a bricks and mortar storefront, and business owners may suddenly find themselves fulfilling orders for customers...

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