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Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott Announces New Capacity Restrictions

Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott Announces New Capacity Restrictions in Response to Rising COVID-19 Rates in Baltimore City  Today, Mayor Brandon Scott announced an Executive Order with new capacity restrictions to contain the recent spike in COVID-19 cases citywide.  Addition...

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RWL Managing Partner Alan M. Rifkin Recognized by Baltimore Business Journal’s “Who’s Who in Law 2020”

Who's Who in Law 2020 — the Baltimore-area legal practitioners you should know

By Baltimore Business Journal staff November 20, 2020 When the Baltimore Business Journal staff put our heads together to come up with our Who's Who in Law list, we set out to highlight the attorneys and other legal practitioners who have made their mark on Baltimore, and Maryland more broadly, in their careers. A number of these ind...

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Maryland Governor Hogan Announces New Capacity Restrictions and Other Measures

MARYLAND GOVERNOR LARRY HOGAN ANNOUNCES NEW CAPACITY RESTRICTIONS AND OTHER MEASURES TO HELP CONTAIN THE GROWING SURGE IN COVID-19 INFECTIONS  Today, Governor Larry Hogan announced new capacity restrictions to contain the COVID-19 pandemic.  As with prior announcements, local jurisdictions may impose stricter requirements.  See below for a link to recent Execu...

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Maryland Governor Larry Hogan Announces New Actions to Help Contain the Growing Surge in COVID-19 Infections

Today, Governor Larry Hogan announced new efforts to contain the COVID-19 pandemic.  As with prior announcements, local jurisdictions may impose stricter requirements.  See below for a link to recent Executive Orders from Baltimore City and Montgomery County.

  • As of tomorrow, November 11th at 5:00 pm, restaurants and bars are limited to 50% indoor capacity for seated service only.
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Rita J. Piel, Experienced Corporate and Transactional Attorney, Joins RWL

RWL is pleased to announce that Rita Piel has joined the firm as a partner. Rita is joining the firm’s Business and Commercial Transactions and Sports Franchise and Media Rights Law groups. “Rita is a very accomplished corporate and transactional attorney and will be a great asset to the firm and our clients,” said Alan M. Rifkin, managing partner of RWL. “We are delighted that Rita is joining the firm and the partnership.” Rita’s practice ...

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Obie Chinemere, Former Regional Director for US Senator Chris Van Hollen, Joins RWL

OBIE CHINEMERE JOINS RIFKIN WEINER LIVINGSTON LLC Regional Director for United States Senator Chris Van Hollen and Former Campaign Manager for Maryland State Senator Cory McCray Adds to RWL’s Government Relations Division Rifkin Weiner Livingston LLC (RWL) is pleased to announce the addition of Obie Chinemere to our Annapolis office.  Prior to joining RWL, Obie most recently served as Regional Dir...

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Maryland Governor Larry Hogan Announces the Maryland Strong Economic Recovery Initiative

Today, Governor Larry Hogan announced $250 million in new funds for economic relief in Maryland.  The Economic Recovery Initiative includes funds for small business relief, layoff aversion, PPE and other purposes.  The Initiative will be funded by the rainy-day fund and will create new relief programs and expand certain current relief measures. The Economic Recovery Initiative includes funding for:

RWL Managing Partner Alan M. Rifkin Honored as The Daily Record 2020 Icon Honors Award Winner

RWL managing partner Alan M. Rifkin has been honored by The Daily Record as one of its 2020 Icon Honors award winners.  This prestigious award recognizes leaders across Maryland for their notable success and demonstration of strong leadership.  Alan joins 25 Maryland leaders in this year's Icon Honors list.  RWL partner Arnold M. Weiner received the Icon Honors award in 2017.

2020 Icon Honors award winners announced

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Baltimore Sun Editorial Board Believes “Maryland racing is still a good bet”

Maryland racing is still a good bet | COMMENTARY

By BALTIMORE SUN EDITORIAL BOARD BALTIMORE SUN | OCT 04, 2020 AT 5:07 AM There were no hot air balloons floating in the sky. No hotels and restaurants packed with out-of-towners. No Inner Harbor fireworks finale or even a “Pee Wee Preakness” with youngsters ...

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