If you’re like me and haven’t memorized all the important numbers in your cell phone, then this is a good lesson for you. T-Mobile/Sidekick users may have permanently lost all the contacts, photos, calendar entries and any other data in ...Read More »
It was not an easy birth. The attending physician, a visionary doctor named Albert Farmer, died in the process. Turf battles between opposing forces within the old University of Maryland Hospital produced a kind of fight-to-the death struggle that startled ...
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It’s not often I advise Baltimore’s business community to study a late night comedy show for tips on crisis communications. In fact, I never have … until now. But the crisis besetting CBS’ David Letterman is worth your attention. Here’s ...Read More »
Gov. Martin O’Malley has declared October as Cyber Security Awareness Month, as has the federal government. What does that mean? Well, according to the governor, it’s necessary to remind all Americans that we need to protect the security of cyberspace ...Read More »
Earlier this year, the Maryland Insurance Administration (MIA) issued a report on whether physicians who are operating boutique medical practices are violating Maryland insurance laws by “practicing insurance.” In that report, the MIA made several recommendations to boutique medical practices ...
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The Maryland Court of Special Appeals convened in a rare en banc session last week to take up a sensitive case that needs careful attention. After more than 15 years of litigation, it also needs to be resolved as equitably ...Read More »