May 11, 2009 0
On the Cover: Mitnick & Mitnick, started by a University of Maryland law grad in 1881, prepares to welcome its fifth generation to the firm.
Baltimore’s drug courts mark the 15th anniversary with song and ceremony.
In Breaking News, the Court of Special Appeals says retired Raven Michael McCrary may not enforce a $33.6 million fraud judgment while the award is on appeal; the Court of Appeals holds that defendants are entitled to be represented by the private attorney they hired; the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals revives a federal retiree’s job-bias lawsuit; a former inmate files suit against Maryland and four prison system officials alleging the state failed to protect him from the Black Guerrilla Family gang while he was in prison; and UM Law says goodbye to Dean Karen Rothenberg.
In this week’s Interrogatory, lawyers answer the question “What the most unusual place you’ve used your BlackBerry?”
Read about a medical billing firm’s win of $45,000 in Verdicts & Settlements.