In almost every television show and movie, the lawyer's office is decorated with luxurious furniture and expensive artwork. The lawyer's décor is conveying the message that he or she is highly successful. Such posh decorations may be reassuring to ultra wealthy...
Nationwide, 21% of all attorneys are solo practitioners.
It is old news that scammers poise as clients to defraud attorneys.
Stewart A. Sutton is Recognized as a “Top Attorney” in Family and Divorce Law in Montgomery County, Maryland
In the November/December 2019 issue of Bethesda Magazine, Stewart A. Sutton was recognized as one of the top family and divorce attorneys in Montgomery County, Maryland. Sixty-two other lawyers were also identify as top family and divorce attorneys. Stewart A....
Is it necessary to obtain a modification of a custody, visitation, and/or child support order whenever the parents agree to a modification? The surprising answer is that parents in Maryland do not need to incur the expense of going back to court to modify their...
In Maryland, child support can be modified when there is a material change in circumstances relating either to the parent’s income and/or expenses for the child,
A landowner cannot delegate the risk of its contractor’s non-performance in maintaining the safety of the premises.
Attorneys will have different opinions of the value of your personal injury case. It is always important to retain an attorney who believes that your case is winnable. If an attorney expresses doubt as the value or merits of your personal injury case, you should seek a second opinion.
In Maryland, a mechanic or repairman can be held liable for not warning a customer about a dangerous condition
The issue of whether a mechanic or repairman can be held liable for failing to warn a customer about a dangerous condition was recently addressed by the Maryland Court of Special Appeals in the reported decision of Landaverde v. Navarro; Gomez v. Parrish Servs., 238...
In Maryland, a party can inadvertently waive its right to appeal by accepting the benefits of the judgment.
In Maryland, a plaintiff that prevails at trial may inadvertently waive its right to appeal by accepting the benefits of a judgment. Stewart A. Sutton twice had an adverse party's appeal dismissed based upon the application of the acquiescence rule. The acquiescence...
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