Building Black-Owned Business in Baltimore

The protests engulfing the country over the last month have not only raised overdue awareness of the criminal justice system, but that they are just a symptom of the legacy of government policies and institutional practices that have advanced and perpetuated racial inequality. As a Baltimore-based law firm, we have reflected on ways that we…

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Business Deductions for Meals and Entertainment Under TCJA

The IRS recently issued new regulations to help better define the type of meal and entertainment expenses that businesses can legitimately deduct from their gross incomes for tax purposes. The regulations clarify the changes implemented with the passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) of 2017. The tax lawyers at Baltimore’s Rosenberg Martin…

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Tax Filing Deadlines Extended to July 15

The Covid-19 pandemic has created widespread confusion about looming tax deadlines. The uncertainty and potential burden of a tax bill comes at a time when many Americans are off work and struggling to make ends meet. The one silver lining, for the time being, is that the IRS has extended the filing deadline and federal…

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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…

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Benchmark Litigation Highly Recommends Rosenberg Martin Greenberg, LLP

For the twelfth year in a row, the 2020 edition of Benchmark: America’s Leading Litigation Firms and Attorneys lists Rosenberg Martin Greenberg, LLP among their top litigation firms in Maryland.  The firm is proud that its litigation group has received Benchmark’s top rating of “Highly Recommended,” and seven of its partners have been listed as…

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When Will You Get Your 2018 Tax Refund?

The extended government shutdown is adding to the anxiety that some taxpayers feel with respect to when they will get their refund. The tax attorneys at Rosenberg Martin & Greenberg LLP cannot answer that question with any degree of certainty. We can, however, provide some guidance that will help taxpayers avoid the problems that can…

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Can a Prenuptial Agreement Executed Before January 1, 2019 Preserve Deductibility of Alimony Payments Relating to Divorce Decrees Entered After That Date?

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (“TCJA”) did away with the long-standing provision allowing for deductions of alimony payments by the payor.  Specifically, the TCJA adopted the prior definition of “alimony and separate maintenance payment” under the Internal Revenue Code but eliminated deductibility for any “divorce or separation instrument” executed after December 31,…

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IRS Reminds Taxpayers of Its Ability to Revoke Passports and Deny Passport Applications: What You Need to Do If You Plan to Travel Abroad and Have Unpaid Federal Taxes

Last week, the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) published another friendly reminder that it was recently vested with the authority to revoke passports and deny passport applications for those with “seriously delinquent tax debts.”  Within that notice, the IRS reminded taxpayers that they may not be able to obtain or renew passports if they owe federal…

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