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Biden Lays Path to Cyber Regulations for Critical Infrastructure

[11/21/22] The Biden administration’s sustained focus on strengthening the cybersecurity of critical infrastructure is a sign that more regulatory action may soon follow, attorneys say. The White House and a core group of federal agencies have continued to release updated cybersecurity guidance and requirements geared toward better protecting private companies in the most vulnerable sectors.… Continue reading Biden Lays Path to Cyber Regulations for Critical Infrastructure

Does the Georgia POA Apply to My Homeowners Association?

By: David Ludwig  [11/19/22] What is the POA? The Georgia Property Owners’ Association Act—or POA—was adopted in 1994 to define the authority of homeowners associations (HOA) and strengthen their collection abilities. One of the benefits of submitting to the POA is that the HOA is no longer responsible for filing liens at the county courthouse… Continue reading Does the Georgia POA Apply to My Homeowners Association?

Recovering Legal Fees After Suing a Georgia Homeowners Association

By: David Ludwig  [11/18/22] The first step in challenging any homeowners association should be to carefully review their governing documents in the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, Restrictions, and Easements (CC&Rs) to determine if there are any pre-established stipulations regarding disputes between homeowners and their HOAs. There may be a specific clause that addresses who will… Continue reading Recovering Legal Fees After Suing a Georgia Homeowners Association

A cheat-sheet for comparing cannabis laws in Virginia, Maryland, and Washington D.C.

By: Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig  [11/15/22] With Maryland becoming the 20th state to legalize cannabis for both medical and adult-use (quickly followed by Missouri becoming number 21), the state joins neighboring Virginia and Washington D.C. in allowing both therapeutic and recreational use of cannabis.  However, the laws in each jurisdiction differ. For individuals living in and… Continue reading A cheat-sheet for comparing cannabis laws in Virginia, Maryland, and Washington D.C.

Civil Procedure: The Forum Defendant Rule

By: Dunlap Bennett & David  [5/20/22] Can a Lawsuit Filed With the Intent to Remain in State Court Actually Avoid Removal? In December 2021, our office (DBL Tulsa) filed an action in a State of Oklahoma district court against two entity defendants, alleging causes of action sounding in Tortious Interference with Business Relations and Civil… Continue reading Civil Procedure: The Forum Defendant Rule

Updating Government Contracting Documents for Cybersecurity

By: Lawrence L. Muir, Jr.  [11/10/22] This article is the third and final installment in a series of articles about how lawyers can better serve their clients by involving themselves in cybersecurity planning at an early stage. Just like Return of the Jedi was for Star Wars, and The Last Crusade was for the Indiana… Continue reading Updating Government Contracting Documents for Cybersecurity

What the New Cybersecurity Regulations Actually Mean to Defense Contractors

By: Lawrence L. Muir, Jr.  [11/9/22] This is not a blog post about the CMMC. The blogosphere is saturated with CMMC content, and the longer the program stretches into indefiniteness, the more content is delivered to an audience drowning it out. But that does not mean that lawyers and contracts managers should ignore the three… Continue reading What the New Cybersecurity Regulations Actually Mean to Defense Contractors

Conflicts Between Fiduciaries and Beneficiaries

By: Chris Arakaky  [11/8/22] When a person dies without a will, the person responsible for managing the estate is called an “administrator”. If the person died with a will, they would normally appoint somebody for this position, an “executor”. Both the administrator and executor are the “personal representative” of an estate. If a person executed… Continue reading Conflicts Between Fiduciaries and Beneficiaries

Bid Protests – What Issues Will GAO Not Consider?

By: Mary Pat Buckenmeyer  [11/2/22] We have previously discussed common grounds of protest. But this leads to the question, are there issues that GAO will not consider? The simple answer is yes. This blog explores those issues.  Issues GAO Will Not Consider: GAO’s Bid Protest Regulations at 4 C.F.R. § 21.5 enumerate a list of issues that GAO… Continue reading Bid Protests – What Issues Will GAO Not Consider?

Is Repeal Day for Cannabis Prohibition Closer than We Think?

By: Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig  [10/31/22] ​1932 was an exciting year if you happened to be interested in opening a brewery, distillery, bar – or were even a local government official.  In 1932, Franklin Roosevelt, Governor of New York, hit the campaign trail and promised that, if elected President of the United States, he would… Continue reading Is Repeal Day for Cannabis Prohibition Closer than We Think?

Intern Program

As part of our effort to recruit, develop and retail the best and brightest attorneys, Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig offers a summer intern program for promising law school students who are looking to work as part of an innovative and incredibly successful team. With a global team of lawyers, selected candidates are able to work on high level projects in a collaborative space.

Paralegals and Legal Support Staff

At Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig, our team of paralegals and staff work together collaboratively along side our attorneys toward a common goal. We have created a positive work environment where our paralegals and legal assistants work to successfully reach firm-wide goals and support each other to combine individual strengths to enhance team performance. They regularly assist our attorneys with organizing and maintaining files, conducting legal research, and preparing documents.