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Bob Dalrymple Moderates Panel on the Future of Montgomery County

On August 20, Selzer Gurvitch Partner Bob Dalrymple moderated a lively discussion about Montgomery County’s recovery from the economic damage brought about by COVID-19. The panelists included Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich,  Stonebridge Founding Principal Doug Firstenberg,  American Gene Technologies CEO Jeff Galvin,  and Cushman & Wakefield Global Head of Data and Insights  Revathi Greenwood.  The
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Real Estate/Lending/Corporate Transactional Lawyer Selzer Gurvitch is in expansion mode with a fast paced, established real estate/lending/business/transactional practice. We have an opening/unique opportunity for an attorney with 7+ years first chair experience in sophisticated real estate, M&A and lender/borrower matters. Income/estate tax and/or prior CPA experience a major plus. This is a unique opportunity in
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Continued Wealth Transfer Opportunities with July 2020 Interest Rates

The July 2020 Applicable Federal Rates (“AFR”) and the Internal Revenue Code Section 7520 rate continue at near historic lows. The July short-term AFR, which is used for loans with terms up to three years, will remain the same as the June rate: 0.18%. The July mid-term AFR, which is used for loans with terms
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Silver Spring Downtown Plan

The Montgomery County Planning Board is in the early stages of an update to the Silver Spring Downtown Plan, which will result in comprehensive land use and zoning recommendations for many properties in the Silver Spring Central Business District (CBD). The Master Plan process will provide property owners with an opportunity to influence the zoning
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Montgomery County Growth Policy (2020-2024)

The Montgomery County Planning Board is currently in the process of reviewing proposed changes to the County’s Growth Policy. The County updates its Growth Policy every four years (presently known as the Subdivision Staging Policy). The County’s Growth Policy has a direct impact on the County’s regulations applicable to redevelopment and development projects. Concurrent with
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Selzer Gurvitch Seizes Opportunity for Growth During Pandemic

Acquisition of Top Talent with Six Former Linowes & Blocher attorneys While many law firms have been grappling with remote working while reevaluating growth strategies during the COVID-19 pandemic, Selzer Gurvitch was positioned for the moment: we were tech-ready for virtual communications and not only kept all of our employees but grew 30% by aggressively
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SGRW Coronavirus Aid Article

Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (the “CARES Act”) and Other Recent Developments On March 27, 2020, the President signed the bipartisan Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (the “CARES Act”) into law. The CARES Act is intended to provide immediate, meaningful financial relief for American businesses and non-profits who are facing unprecedented
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