When Saul Ewing LLP and Arnstein & Lehr LLP merged Sept. 1, Jason M. St. John kept his partner status and added a new title: head of the integration. St. John has lived out of his suitcase the last two ...Read More »
The state’s highest court said it disbarred a Bel Air solo practitioner and former partner at two large Maryland law firms just hours after hearing oral arguments last month because of her “apathy” toward disciplinary proceedings and “dishonest conduct.” L. ...Read More »
A Baltimore defense attorney with more than 40 years of experience is facing disbarment proceedings. Edward Smith Jr. is accused of having violated about 10 of the Maryland Lawyers Rules of Professional Conduct for mishandling client funds, taking money from ...
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After months of gathering information and soliciting comments from the legal community, an advisory committee assembled by the Judiciary has endorsed Maryland adopting the Uniform Bar Examination. Committee members voted 11-1 to recommend the adoption of the UBE along with ...
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Since coming to Baltimore for law school more than 25 years ago, tax attorney Caroline D. Ciraolo has planted strong roots in Charm City. So after serving as acting assistant attorney general of the U.S. Department of Justice’s Tax Division ...Read More »
After having running a clinic out of a soup kitchen in Montgomery County for 30 years, the Homeless Persons Representation Project is expanding its presence with its first satellite office in the county. Upon seeing the county’s response to the ...Read More »
Silicon Valley’s next hot startup isn’t likely to be a video chat app. Nor is it likely to be an on-demand service, like Instacart or Uber. But maybe it could be – and this isn’t a joke – a law ...Read More »