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  • EEOC Proposes Guidance to Explain Its Enforcement of National Origin Discrimination
  • 2016 – Already a Record Year for CPSC Civil Penalty Settlements
  • New Persuader Rule Blocked by Federal Court
  • Employers Will Now be Stuck with Mixed-Guard Unions
  • Maryland Court of Special Appeals Reaffirms Heightened Standard for Recovering Punitive Damages
  • IRS Clarifies that Indirect Owners of Disregarded Entities Are Liable for Self-Employment Tax
  • The Case for a Comprehensive 360° IP Strategy: Opening Arguments
  • HUD to Fund $120 Million for Its Choice Neighborhoods Grant Program
  • HUD Proposes Requirement for Broadband Installation in HUD-Financed Multifamily Housing
  • The Rise of Social Impact Bonds

News

  • Founder of Alchemy-Partners Joins Miles & Stockbridge’s Tysons Corner Office
  • Haya Fishman to Lead Session During Faith in the Workplace Symposium
  • Ed Bodensiek Joins Miles & Stockbridge in Newly Created Chief Client Experience Officer Role
  • Tom Lynch to Speak at Maryland State Bar Association 2016 Annual Meeting
  • Chambers USA Ranks Miles & Stockbridge Lawyers Among 2016 Industry Leaders
  • Ryan Haughton Presents at Jamaican Women of Florida Conference
  • Miles & Stockbridge Named “Most Inclusive Law Firm for Minority Business” by Maryland Washington...
  • On Diversity, Miles Ahead
  • Miles & Stockbridge Named #2 Law Firm in the Nation for Black Attorneys
  • Miles & Stockbridge Lawyer Elizabeth A. Hafey Appointed by Governor Hogan to Maryland Health Care C...

Events

  • The Miles & Stockbridge Business and Legal Seminar Series at Lake Linganore
  • Why we think forward

    We're obsessed with making our clients happy

    For many clients, we serve as “national coordinating counsel” for their litigation across the country. They find it a prudent and economical approach for managing numerous lawsuits in numerous jurisdictions brought by multiple plaintiffs' law firms.

  • Why we think forward

    We're obsessed with making our clients happy

    We ask clients how we are doing. Firm leaders regularly interview clients to assess their satisfaction, deepen the relationship, and uncover ways we can bring additional value to our work.

  • Why we think forward

    We're obsessed with making our clients happy

    While some say it can't be done, we use project management skills and technology to plan, monitor and adjust for all phases of an engagement, including those involving litigation.

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