Daily Archives: June 4, 2009

Business schools catering to lawyers

An editor sent me this Wall Street Journal story from a couple of weeks ago, about how some law firms are sending employees to receive executive training. The idea is to either prepare them to step into management positions at ...

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Warden, lawyer wrap up spirited jail discussion

James F. Lee Jr. continued his cross-examination of James P. O’Neill on Thursday morning in Baltimore County’s $6.2 million lawsuit against DMJM H&N Inc., architect of the county’s detention center addition. Lee spent much of his time attempting to show jurors that while O’Neill, ...

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Poll shows support for drilling

If anything is in style right now, it’s definitely being “green.” From Oscar telecasts to office rooftops, everyone’s got the environmental bug. So I was surprised to find that, in a recent poll of coastal residents from New York through Virginia, most of those surveyed ...

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Learning how to capitalize on BRAC

Some of the small business owners at Thursday’s conference about capitalizing on opportunities coming to Maryland as a result of relocating military personnel came just to collect business cards.

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