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Turning points: The cup by the sink

Turning points: The cup by the sink

Like many clients of The Law Offices of Evan K. Thalenberg, Tynae Jeffers was found to have elevated levels of lead in her blood when she was a child. Unlike many of the Baltimore law firm’s clients, however, one of those tests happened in 1996, while Tynae was in utero.

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Collaborative law catches on

Collaborative law catches on

Talk more to each other, less to the judge. That’s the theory behind the collaborative law process, designed to advance settlements of civil cases without trial.

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Steven I. Platt: Should we scrap the grand jury?

As the Ferguson, Missouri, community along with the rest of the country reacts to the decision of the St. Louis County grand jury not to indict police officer Darren Wilson, the secrecy of its deliberations for months and the lack of accountability that has inevitably accompanied it should raise serious questions about the utility of the aging institution of the grand jury.

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Watch out for scam on missed jury duty

The Maryland Judiciary has issued a warning about a court scam going on in the state. A telephone jury duty fraud has been operating in Allegany and Howard counties. In this scam, the caller claims to work for a court, ...

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Lawyer’s dishonesty costs him more in Maryland

A Baltimore lawyer who was less than truthful about his disciplinary status on his Delaware registration statement drew only a public reprimand for dishonesty there, but he has been indefinitely suspended from the practice of law here in Maryland.

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