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November 2011 Archives

Maryland company merger sees public support

A recent blog post discussed two companies waiting for the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's decision on a merger deal. Recently in the news, the Maryland Public Service Commission's first of three planned public comment hearings regarding the proposed merger between Maryland-based Constellation Energy Group and Exelon was sparsely attended, but several community groups from the area spoke out in support of the deal.

Maryland-based corporation announces acquisition

Making the decision to purchase or sell a business is a complicated and often stressful process. Those making the important decision want to make sure there is actually value in the proposed acquisition. In most cases, businesses work with qualified and experienced business attorneys in order to weigh all the pros and cons of a possible business transaction. If a business owner decides to sell, attorneys can help them understand their practical ability to collect the sales price and help them meet any obligations in terms of disclosure in order to avoid future liability to the buyer.

FERC delays decision on Maryland company merger

Following a proposed merger between Exelon Corporation and Maryland's Constellation Energy Group, both companies expected the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to approve the deal in early November, but the Commission has delayed its decision in order to conduct a more thorough review of the sales terms. This could delay the completion of the transaction until April 2012.

Third Maryland county to vote on transgender discrimination law

Should a recently proposed bill pass through the County Council, Howard County would become the third county in Maryland to pass legislation adding gender identity issues to employment discrimination law in the state. Montgomery County and Baltimore already have similar laws. The change would add another element to employment discrimination laws that employers would need to be aware of, especially if those instances lead to legal recourse.

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