William Alcarese, Elena Sallitto, Douglas M. Bregman, Herbert Burgunder, III, Ronald S. Canter, Theodore B. Cornblatt, Jose Espejo, Mary Ellen Flynn, Allan J. Gibber, Jack L. B. Gohn, Alan M. Grochal, Morris Klein, Kerry Lingenfelter, A. Howard Metro, Thomas C. Morrow, Natasha M. Nazareth, Christopher W. Nicholson, Jeffrey E. Nusinov, Eric N. Schloss, Joseph M. Selba, Leonard R. Stamm, Margaret E. Swain, Carolyn H. Thaler, and K. Alice Young
The Practice Manual for the Maryland Lawyer is the best how-to-guide and fundamental reference on the essentials of Maryland law practice. Since 1981, this ultimate practical, nuts and bolts resource has served as both a cornerstone for new lawyers who are building real-world know-how and a touchstone for seasoned practitioners who trust its reliable, concise authority. Its two volumes include sixteen chapters covering key practice areas of law with over 1600 pages of practical information and how-to pointers from an outstanding list of experienced, accomplished Maryland practitioners. This first substantially revised update since the 2012 Fourth Edition brings the Practice Manual for the Maryland Lawyer up to the minute!
The two volumes include more than 300 forms (there is an option to purchase the book with downloadable forms) to give you a valuable head start on drafting almost every basic practice document. To select this option, please see Practice Manual for the Maryland Lawyer, Fifth Edition Book and Downloadable Forms.
Summary of Contents:
Chapter 1: Law Office Economics, Management, and Fees
Chapter 2: Administrative Law
Chapter 3: Adoption, Guardianship, and Change of Name
Chapter 4: Bankruptcy
Chapter 5: Business Organizations
Chapter 6: Collection of Contract Debts
Chapter 7: Criminal Law
Chapter 8: Estate Administration
Chapter 9: Family Law
Chapter 10: Landlord and Tenant
Chapter 11: Preparation and Trial of Tort Claims
Chapter 12: Real Estate Transactions in Maryland
Chapter 13: Wills and Estate Planning
Chapter 14: Workers’ Compensation
Chapter 15: Traffic Law
Chapter 16: Elder Law
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Pub Date: 2019
Pages: xliv, xxxx