Daily Archives: April 28, 2008

The law is an S’ – or an s’s

In a footnote in a recent opinion (PDF), U.S. District Judge J. Fredrick Motz weighs in on one of the big legal issues of our day, something that divides the highest court in the land. Yes, that’s right: the correct ...

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An unexpected protest at a SABEW conference

I’m at the Society of American Business Editors and Writers conference at the Sheraton Inner Harbor Hotel. An afternoon presentation was interrupted by union members in advance protest of speaker David Rubenstein, who is co-founder and managing director of the ...

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When will your check come in?

If you’re curious when to expect your economic stimulus check (…or already mentally spending it…), click here to see the IRS’s payment schedule. The schedule’s based on the last two digits of your social security number: basically, the lower the ...

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Law blog round-up

Good afternoon! Terrapin Run opponents aren’t saying how much they spent in total to fight the giant development, but they do say they owe more than $11,000 in legal fees, the Cumberland Times-News reports. Book of Joe links to a ...

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Closing time for the Court Towers Deli

Mark Plotica chatted with a customer by the cash register at his Court Towers Deli. The clock said 1:15, which was 15 minutes after the sign outside the Towson restaurant said it would close for the day.

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