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Fairfax, Virginia

10509 Judicial Drive, Suite 200,
Fairfax, Virginia 22030
703-246-0900
703-591-3673 (fax)
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Rockville, Maryland

33 Wood Lane,
Rockville, Maryland 20850
301-301-4161
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Meeting and Conference Facilities

Washington D.C.
1100 Connecticut Ave., N.W.,
Suite 340,
Washington D.C. 20036
202-296-4747
202-496-2800 (fax)
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Baltimore, Maryland
111 S. Calvert Street, Suite 2700,
Baltimore, Maryland 21202
410-625-5080
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Leesburg, Virginia
161 Fort Evans Rd NE
Leesburg, Virginia 20176
703-443-2550
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DC Clarifies the Method to Assign Permanent Partial Disability Awards   By D. Stephenson Schwinn

Subrogation: Maryland Workers' Compensation Lien   By D. Stephenson Schwinn

Maryland: The Interplay Between Workers' Compensation and Uninsured Motorists Insurance   By D. Stephenson Schwinn and Raphael Cohen

2012 Survey of Motor Vehicle Liability Claims in D.C., Virginia and Maryland   By D. Stephenson Schwinn and John H. Carstens

Workers' Compensation Claims Management in the District of Columbia and Maryland   By D. Stephenson Schwinn

Light Duty Programs in the District of Columbia   By D. Stephenson Schwinn

Liability of Landowner for Criminal Acts of Third Parties  

2012 Update: Effectiveness of Written Indemnification Agreements in the District of Columbia   By David B. Stratton and D. Stephenson Schwinn

Defendants still need to beware of punitive damages in the District of Columbia   By Padraic K. Keane

The Collateral Source Rule in Maryland and the District of Columbia   By Padraic K. Keane

D.C. Workers' Compensation Defense: Key events every adjuster should know   By D. Stephenson Schwinn, David B Stratton, Padraic Keane

Swigert Settlement Does Not Extinguish Non-Settling Party's Claim for Contribution, Even In Absence Of A Cross-Claim   By Robert D. Anderson, Esq.

The Insurer's Duty to Defend in the District of Columbia   By David B. Stratton

Judicial interpretation of "business enterprise" exclusions in lawyers professional liability policies   By David B. Stratton

4th Circuit strictly construes removal deadline where multiple defendants are served   By Raphael J. Cohen