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News from BTLG:

Insurance Coverages for Businesses: Will your insurance cover you for a coronavirus-related loss?
Some insurance policies may allow for claims on coronavirus related losses
Maryland closes restaurants, gyms and theaters
Maryland Governor Hogan issued an Executive Order with further direct impact to Maryland business
Families First Coronavirus Response Act
The US House has passed H.R. 6201, supported by the White House, which expands FMLA, now partially paid, and creates a new two-week paid sick leave mandate for employers
Maryland Courts Closed to the Public
All Maryland state courts have been ordered closed to the public, with exceptions, from March 16th through April 3rd
What is force majeure?
Basic information on the legal concept in light of the many cancelations surrounding COVID-19
New IRS form W-4
All new employees and those changing withholding must use new form W-4
Liquor Licensing Residency Requirements - Supreme Court Decision With Local Impact
Local Maryland liquor licensing boards begin to recognize Supreme Court ruling that residency requirements to obtain a liquor license violate the Commerce Clause
Data Breach: Updates to Maryland’s Personal Information Protection Act
The Maryland legislature has amended PIPA to expand the scope of business obligations to protect personal data and provide notice in the event of data breach
BTLG attorney to become President of CLLA
BTLG attorney Chris Young will be sworn in as the next President of the Commercial Law League of America at CLLA's National Convention in Chicago
BTLG Attorneys Obtain Sanctions Judgment for Client
BTLG obtained a sanctions order reduced to judgment in the amount of $119,237.48