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Terraces offer respite from workaday stress

Terraces offer respite from workaday stress

Jim Astrachan apologizes for the condition of his three tomato plants. “I haven’t been able to water them over the weekend … so they don’t look too great,” Astrachan said recently, standing on a balcony outside his law office on East Redwood Street, 21 stories above downtown Baltimore.

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Edward J. Levin: New law relates to IDOTs, refinancings

Recent Maryland legislation will change the law affecting indemnity mortgages and indemnity deeds of trust (“IDOTs”) as well as refinancings in this state generally. Effective July 1, the new law raises the size of loan transactions involving IDOTs which are taxable when they are recorded from $1 million to $3 million, and it changes the way refinancings in Maryland are taxed.

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Suit: Deal was just too funky

As a member of the legendary funk band Parliament Funkadelic, Garry Marshall Shider — known professionally as “Diaper Man” for the loincloth he wore on stage — penned nearly 400 songs and sold millions of recordings before his death in 2010. But his widow says his business dealings with a music publishing company left him “destitute and desperately in need of money,” and she wants the company to pay up.

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Law movers – 11/19/12

David B. Rudow, member of Baltimore’s Adelberg, Rudow, Dorf & Hendler LLC has been named the Best Lawyers' 2013 Baltimore Corporate Law Lawyer of the Year. Best Lawyers is known as the oldest peer-review publication in the legal profession. Only a single lawyer in each practice area and designated metropolitan area is honored as a Lawyer of the Year. Rudow also was included in the tax law and trusts and estates sections of The Best Lawyers in America.

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Opinions – 9/24/12: 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals

Administrative Law Civil commitment BOTTOM LINE: District court erred in rejecting government’s petition to commit defendant as “sexually dangerous person” under civil commitment provision of child protection statute, because record contained substantial evidence showing that defendant still had intense and ...

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