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January 2013
Military Child Custody is gaining national attention.  This paper addresses Rep. Mike Turner’s (Ohio) proposed amendments to the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA), 50 U.S. Code Appx. 501 et seq. which would federalize child custody cases in which the custodian is in military service. Also included are copies of Turner’s bill; statements of opposition by...
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Ever wondered how to register for government contracting?  Federal, state and local governments offer businesses the opportunity to sell billions of dollars worth of products and services. Many government agencies require that some percentage of their procurements be set aside for small businesses. Once you have classified your company based on the established size standards, you...
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SBA Small Business?      You may take it for granted that your company is a “small business.” The distinction is important if you wish to register for government contracting as a small business. Once you register as a government contractor, you must adhere to industry size standards established by the U.S. Small Business Administration....
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President Obama recently signed the Fiscal Year 2013 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), which appropriates funds for military activities of the Department of Defense and other national security programs. You may be asking yourself, “Why does this matter”  Well, if you’re a small business and are doing business with the government, the NDAA includes a...
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Cybersecurity is a sprawling topic that includes national, international, government, and private industry dimensions. More than 40 bills and resolutions with provisions related to cybersecurity have been introduced in the first session of the 112th Congress, including several proposing revisions to current laws. In the 111th Congress, the total was more than 60. Several of...
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Maryland Gun Purchase Law Maryland does not regulate the sale of rifles or shotguns and no permit is required to purchase a rifle or shotgun. Maryland does regulate the sale, transfer, rent and possession of regulated firearms, which consist of handguns and assault weapons. A person who is not a regulated firearms dealer may not...
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