RWL Partner Patrick H. Roddy to Retire

RWL PARTNER PATRICK H. RODDY TO RETIRE ON APRIL 16, 2021 (Annapolis, Maryland – April 8, 2021).  Today Patrick Roddy announced his retirement from RWL, effective April 16, 2021. A member of the firm’s Government Relations Division, Pat joined the firm as a partner in October 2003 after working for over 20 years in Baltimore County…

RWL Partner Camille Fesche Honored by Daily Record’s “Maryland’s Top 100 Women” for 2021

RWL PARTNER CAMILLE G. FESCHE HONORED BY THE DAILY RECORD IN ITS MARYLAND’S TOP 100 WOMEN FOR 2021 RWL partner Camille G. Fesche has been honored by The Daily Record as one of its Maryland’s Top 100 Women for 2021.  This year’s honorees were chosen by The Daily Record based on their ability to navigate Maryland…

Maryland Governor Hogan Announces Vaccine Eligibility Timeline

MARYLAND GOVERNOR LARRY HOGAN ANNOUNCES VACCINE ELIGIBILITY TIMELINE FOR ALL MARYLANDERS AND OTHER HEALTH RELATED COVID-19 INITIATIVES  Today, Governor Larry Hogan announced that due to the state’s increasing vaccination rate coupled with an expected increase in vaccine allocations from the federal government Maryland will enter Phase 2 of its vaccine distribution plan on March 23rd.…

RWL Partner Scott Livingston is Panel Participant in Webinar on State and Local Bid Protest – March 25, 2021

On March 25, the American Bar Association, Bid Protest Committee and the State & Local Procurement Committee are co-hosting a joint discussion on state and local bid protests.  The 60-minute virtual meeting will go beyond the basics and will take a deeper dive, looking at state protests from multiple viewpoints.  Some of the topics they…

Maryland Governor Announces Lifting of COVID-19 Restrictions 3/12/21 at 5:00 pm

MARYLAND GOVERNOR LARRY HOGAN ANNOUNCES LIFTING OF COVID -19 RESTRICTIONS EFFECTIVE FRIDAY, MARCH 12TH AT 5:00 PM Today, Governor Larry Hogan announced lifting of restrictions on numerous businesses. Effective this Friday at 5:00 pm: Masking and social distancing orders are still in effect. Capacity restrictions will be lifted on outdoor and indoor dining; however, diners…

UPDATE ON MARYLAND’S COVID-19 VACCINE PLAN

In our continuing efforts to keep you informed of COVID protocols issued by the State or local governments, we thought you would be interested in the attached “Bulletin: Updates on Maryland’s COVID-19 Vaccine Plan: Phase 1C expands on Monday, February 1 (Week 8)” issued by the Maryland Department Health (MDH).  MDH Notice – Bulletin COVID-19…

Camille Fesche and Brad Rifkin Elected as Partners

CAMILLE G. FESCHE AND BRAD I. RIFKIN ELECTED AS PARTNERS AT RWL ANNAPOLIS, MD (January 11, 2021) – Rifkin Weiner Livingston LLC (RWL), a premier legal and government relations firm based in Annapolis, Baltimore and Bethesda, today announced that Camille Fesche and Brad Rifkin have been elected by their colleagues to be the partners of the…

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.  Additional guidance from the City pertaining to this Executive Order is forthcoming. Starting Friday, December 11th at…

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…

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 Executive Orders from the State of…