For Maryland employment attorneys, recent scandals have sparked conversations with clients about workplace harassment policies and making sure complaints are handled responsibly.Read More »
The Johns Hopkins Hospital System has been violating its revenue agreement with the state of Maryland by favoring out-of-state patients over in-state residents in an effort to raise profits, according to an amended whistleblower lawsuit Wednesday. Anthony C. Campos, who ...Read More »
In an effort to increase its presence in Baltimore and offer more legal services to startups, the intellectual property clinic at the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law is going to provide business law services and is ...Read More »
Baltimore County circuit and district courts will launch a pilot pretrial supervision program Monday. Judges have been meeting with representatives from the Baltimore County Detention Center, state’s attorney’s office and the public defender’s office to monitor changes in the detention ...Read More »
While working together at the Maryland Office of the Public Defender, Steve Mercer and Isabelle Raquin found they had a mutual interest in DNA and forensic science. So when they decided to leave the office, they made a career move ...Read More »
The number of sanctioned Maryland attorneys in the last fiscal year surpassed the 10-year average for all sanctions, according to the Attorney Grievance Commission’s latest annual report. The total number of sanctioned attorneys increased from 78 to 93 in the ...
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