Do logos matter? I have had numerous opportunities to work with diverse organizations over the years to help them develop logos and logo identity systems to define, illustrate, and grow their brands. One memorable one was for Sinai Hospital. From ...Read More »
The recent ransomware attack, also referred to as WannaCry, was a wake-up call to the large majority of businesses in Montgomery County that use Windows operating systems. Hackers exploited a tool, which ironically was first developed by the National Security ...Read More »
The federal False Claims Act subjects anyone who “knowingly” presents a false or fraudulent claim for payment or approval to the federal government to significant penalties. However, is it a “knowing” falsehood to be asked to be paid when the ...Read More »
On any given day in Baltimore city, hundreds of residents seek legal services or information. They may need help avoiding eviction, getting access to housing or health care, or resolving a custody dispute. No matter the issue, the lawyers, staff, ...Read More »
The Governor’s Business Summit, recently held at Baltimore’s Hilton Convention Center Hotel, was a well-organized affair under the direction of Secretary of Commerce Mike Gill and his staff. The event that attracted 700 business, government and education leaders from around ...
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The renovation and reopening of the Allendale apartments in west Baltimore was described as “hallelujah” moment by Carol Payne, the director of the Baltimore region for the U.S Department of Housing and Urban Development. But a ‘hallelujah’ moment for whom? ...Read More »
As a former public defender representing children in Baltimore’s juvenile court, I saw firsthand that when a child didn’t have access to a well-trained lawyer who could address the individual needs of their client, that child was more likely to ...Read More »