My last two columns described and illustrated the perils to counsel and clients of not paying sufficient attention to the selection of the best dispute resolution technique and/or forum for their purposes before agreeing to resolve future disputes or even ...Read More »
“Our investigation found that Baltimore is a city where the bonds of trust have been broken and that the Baltimore Police Department engaged in a pattern or practice of unlawful and unconstitutional conduct, ranging from the use of excessive force ...Read More »
Zero tolerance: I’m betting it sounded good to crime-weary Baltimoreans when Martin O’Malley was mayor. It had worked in New York. Surely Baltimore would be easy. Much smaller. Life did get a bit calmer. But something less definitive came with ...Read More »
In this column, as I’ve often stated, I write about law and policy, not politics. Yet there is such a thing as the law and policy of politics. The primaries and conventions we’ve just lived through have certainly provided some ...Read More »
Small businesses across the United States continue to fuel our economies, not only providing jobs but innovation and local products. And those businesses are largely comprised of immigrants. The immigration of foreign workers and entrepreneurs is definitively influencing the ...Read More »
President Barack Obama announced recently that the public needs to build trust in the police. Soon after he said that, the Department of Justice released a lengthy report following its investigation of the Baltimore Police Department, concluding there is reasonable ...Read More »
The Community Development Network of Maryland, a nonprofit advocacy group, won an award in 2014. The Innovation Award, conferred by a group within the National Association of Counties, recognized CDN in connection with the group’s “Consider the Person” campaign. This ...
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