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Can I Garnish That Joint Bank Account? That May Depend On What The Term “Judgment” Means

Does a creditor who obtains a judgment against a debtor in Florida and then records that judgment in Maryland have a single judgment that it can enforce in Florida and Maryland or a Florida judgment and a separate Maryland judgment?  In a February 28, 2020 opinion, the Maryland Court of Special Appeals held that, for…

Rock, Paper, Scissors: Virginia Supreme Court Adopts Partial Subordination Rule to Interpret Subordination Agreements

Everyone is familiar with the “Rock, Paper, Scissors” method of resolving disputes where scissors cut paper, paper covers rock, and rock breaks scissors.  In Futuri Real Estate, Inc. v. Atlantic Trustee Services, the Virginia Supreme Court had to decide whether a Subordination Agreement in which the first lienholder agreed to subordinate its lien to the…

Rosenberg Martin Greenberg Law Firm Grants $18,000 in Education Programming from Charitable Fund

On, Thursday, December 26, 2019, the Baltimore Community Foundation announced $18,000 in grants to fund important education work from the Rosenberg Martin Greenberg LLP Continuing Fund of the Baltimore Community Foundation.   In 2012, Rosenberg Martin Greenberg LLP (RMG) established the Rosenberg Martin Greenberg LLP Continuing Fund of the Baltimore Community Foundation in celebration of…

Rosenberg Martin Greenberg, LLP Creates Pro-Bono Commitment

After celebrating its 33rd year in Baltimore City, prominent law firm Rosenberg Martin Greenberg LLP (RMG) recently announced a lease renewal in its long-time offices in the Inner Harbor. In addition to this demonstration of its commitment to the community, partner Louis Ebert, formerly the co-chair of RMG’s Creditors’ Rights department, will move into a…

Nineteen Rosenberg Martin Greenberg Lawyers Honored by Maryland Super Lawyers in 2020

Rosenberg Martin Greenberg is proud to announce that nineteen of its attorneys have been selected for inclusion in the 2020 edition of Maryland Super Lawyers®. The firm’s attorneys who have been selected include Benjamin Rosenberg, Gerard Martin, Barry Greenberg, Gerard Gaeng, Andrew Baida, Louis Ebert, William Hallam, David Wyand, Jonathan May, Charles Curlett, Jr., Steven…

Rosenberg Martin Greenberg LLP Ranked in 24 Practice Areas in 2020 “Best Law Firms” List

Rosenberg Martin Greenberg LLP is pleased to announce that the firm has been ranked in the 2020 U.S. News – Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms” list nationally in 6 practice areas and regionally in 18 practice areas. Firms included in the 2020 “Best Law Firms” list are recognized for professional excellence with persistently impressive ratings from clients…

Rosenberg Martin Greenberg Renews Commitment to Baltimore City

Rosenberg Martin Greenberg, LLP, (RMG) a full-service business law firm headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland announced today that it has signed a lease renewal for its offices at 25 South Charles Street.  The building is owned by Grander Capital Partners, along with its capital partner – Boston Andes Capital, which acquired 25 South Charles Street in…

Anne Arundel County – General Development Plan Land Use Change Applications due by November 15, 2019

As part of the process of adopting the new General Development Plan for Anne Arundel County, the Office of Planning and Zoning has opened the public filing period for submitting Land Use Change Applications.  The deadline to submit an application is November 15, 2019.  Land Use designations dictate how a particular property may be used…

Proposed Changes to Howard County Forest Conservation Act Projected to Exceed Requirements of the Maryland Forest Conservation Act

At a press conference last week, Howard County Executive Calvin Ball announced that he would be introducing updates to the Howard County Forest Conservation Act.  While the legislation has not yet been filed, the intention behind the updates is to bring Howard County in line with the Maryland Forest Conversation Act. The highlights of the…

“It Ain’t Over ‘Til It’s Over” The Third Circuit Channels Yogi Berra In Ruling On Tax Sale

Anyone who listens to the radio on the way to work has heard ads inviting them to free seminars in their local area at which they can learn how to make easy money buying “government secured” tax certificates.  Purchasing such certificates at tax sales conducted by local taxing authorities is big business and sales of…