Archive for January 2016

NTSB Reveals New Details From Gaithersburg Jet Crash

“The NTSB released new details from its investigation into a fatal jet crash in Montgomery County more than a year ago. Investigators say the Ice Protection System on the corporate jet was not activated when it crashed into a house in Gaithersburg in December 2014“.  When interviewed regarding the recent investigations, AFSL Partner Keith Franz stated, “They have not provided a probable cause yet. However, it’s clear from the facts that…

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Baltimore County Snow Shoveling Laws

In light of the blizzard watch that was issued Wednesday, January 20, 2016, the attorneys at Azrael, Franz, Schwab & Lipowitz have provided the following information regarding Baltimore County’s snow shoveling laws. If you are a resident of Baltimore County, you are required to remove the snow or ice from any sidewalks that run along the front of your home. Specifically, the county law states that, “each person or public…

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Partner Paul Schwab Elected President of BCPL Board of Trustees

On January 12, 2016, AFSL Partner Paul Schwab was elected President of the Board of Trustees of the Baltimore County Public Library. The attorneys and staff at Azrael, Franz, Schwab & Lipowitz, LLC. congratulate Firm Partner Paul Schwab on being elected President of the Baltimore County Public Library (BCPL) Board of Trustees. Mr. Schwab had been serving as Vice President since January, 2015.  He was appointed to the Board by…

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Fire Safety Regulations in Baltimore County

The Baltimore County Fire Marshal is responsible for enforcing the Baltimore County Fire Prevention Code. This Code outlines basic regulations for fire safety within Baltimore County. The Code adheres to the overarching Maryland Fire Prevention Code, but is modified to maintain relevance to county residents and businesses. The fire law attorneys at Azrael, Franz, Schwab & Lipowitz, LLC, have provided a basic outline of fire prevention regulations that affect the…

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