Monthly Archives: May 2009

Anatomy of a law firm failure

If you have a few minutes to invest (OK, maybe 20 minutes), I’d suggest reading Philadelphia magazine’s story about the fall of one of that city’s major firms, Wolf Block, earlier this year. It’s a fascinating, well-reported read, particularly for ...

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Product placement at the slots commission

Rocky Gap, the deluxe, state-controlled resort in Allegany County, appeared to be doing a pretty brisk business when I visited there last week. But that didn’t stop Bob Brennan, who runs the Maryland Economic Development Corp. (the owner of the ...

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Residents, groups want a Chesapeake Bay cleanup, not a lawsuit

The Chesapeake Bay Foundation and the Baltimore Harbor Waterkeeper sent a notice of intent Friday to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the Maryland Department of the Environment and steel mill owner Severstal to force compliance with the consent decree, kicking off a a 90-day countdown before a lawsuit can be filed.

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