News Articles & Speaking Engagements

November 30th Deadline to File Anne Arundel County Zoning Change Applications in Regions 1, 3, and 9

Regions 1, 3, & 9 – Applications Now Open From now until November 30, 2023, Anne Arundel County will accept…

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June 1st Deadline to File Anne Arundel County Rezoning Applications

June 1st Deadline to File Anne Arundel County Rezoning Applications Regions 2, 4, & 7 – Anne Arundel County is…

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YVS Law Announces Rebranding with New Name and Logo

YVS Law Announces Rebranding with New Name and Logo YVS Law, LLC, formerly known as Yumkas, Vidmar, Sweeney & Mulrenin,…

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New Partners Expand YVSM Expertise

YVSM is excited to announce the addition of attorneys David Plott and Ben Wechsler as Partners in its Annapolis office.…

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A Bittersweet Farewell

To our Clients, Colleagues and Friends: It is with bittersweet thoughts that we announce that Lisa Stevens will be accepting…

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Wechsler Speaks to National Audience of Environmental and Energy Attorneys.

On April 3, 2020, Yumkas, Vidmar, Sweeney & Mulrenin partner Benjamin S. Wechsler served as an invited panelist at the…

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Continuing Our Operations So We Can Help You Manage Yours- COVID-19

When it comes to all aspects of insolvency, bankruptcy, business controversies and real estate issues, you can turn to the…

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YVSM Confirms Chapter 11 Plan for Advanced Patient Advocacy

YVSM successfully confirmed the Chapter 11 plan of liquidation for Advanced Patient Advocacy, LLC (“APA”) on November 26, 2019, before…

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Effective February 2020: New Changes to Bankruptcy Law Will Help Small Businesses

For further information on small business bankruptcies, please contact Lisa Stevens at 443-569-0795. Deciding to declare bankruptcy is never an…

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The , A Constitutional Study

Executive Power vs. the Power of Subpoena Committee On the Judiciary, United States House of Representatives v. Donald F. McGahn[1]…

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Maryland Court of Special Appeals Upholds Decision Under Architectural Control Covenant Prohibiting Solar Roof Panels

On August 29, 2019, the Maryland Court of Special Appeals upheld a decision under an architectural control covenant requiring homeowners…

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Bankruptcy Court Finds that Claim Based on Maryland Construction Trust Statute Not Grounds to Except Debt from Discharge Under 11 U.s.c. § 523(A)(4)

Recently, the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Maryland held that an alleged violation of Maryland’s Construction Statute…

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