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Jury awards $5.8M in wrongful death case against UMMS
Posted by: Heather Cobun on 2020-01-14
A Baltimore jury awarded more than $5.8 million to the family of a woman who died from complications following a heart valve replacement at a University of Maryland Medical System facility in 2016. Elsie Mae Mason had valve replacement surgery on June 10 and on June 13 went into cardiac arrest and sustained a serious brain…
Judge rejects challenge to Md. ‘broadcast ban’ on criminal trial audio
Posted by: Heather Cobun on 2020-01-14
A federal judge rejected a constitutional challenge to Maryland’s ban on the recording or broadcasting of criminal court proceedings Tuesday, finding the law is a valid limitation that ensures fair trials….
Maryland Business Roundtable for Education to host inaugural Youth Congress Day
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2020-01-14
The Maryland Business Roundtable for Education (MBRT) will welcome more than 100 high school students from Caroline, Dorchester, Kent and Prince George’s counties to participate in its inaugural Youth Congress Day Jan. 21 in Annapolis. The goal of the day is to teach students about the legislative process and inspire students to become active in their communities….
FEATURED MOVER | Jessica Solomon, Robert W. Deutsch Foundation
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2020-01-14
Jessica Solomon was named vice president of the Robert W. Deutsch Foundation. Each year, the foundation makes grants in excess of $4 million to Baltimore area nonprofits. In her expanded role, Solomon will further refine and develop grantmaking strategies to ensure a strong culture of equity, learning and accountability to increase impact. Her efforts will…
MVLS receives $25K grant to help human trafficking victims
Posted by: Louis Krauss on 2020-01-13
Susan Francis, executive director of the Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service. (File photo) Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service announced Monday that it has received a $25,000 grant from the Venable Foundation to assist with the nonprofit’s Human Trafficking Prevention Project. This is the second consecutive year that MVLS has received the funding from the law firm….
Best Week, Worst Week: Morgan envisions a medical school; Montgomery Park regroups
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2020-01-11
Morgan State University started the new year and new decade with news that could prove transformative for Baltimore and the state, while the owners of Montgomery Park Business Center are regrouping after losing a lease with the Maryland Insurance Administration. Morgan State could bring a medical school to its campus through a partnership with a private…
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Women outnumber men in the American workforce for only 2nd time in history
Posted by: The Washington Post on 2020-01-10
For just the second time in history, women outnumbered men as the majority of the U.S. paid workforce, buoyed by fast job growth in health care and education over the past year, as well as the ongoing tight-labor market. At first glance, the shift is tiny and easy to miss: Women worked 50.04% of payroll…
Ex-patients sue UMMS over alleged use of counterfeit surgical hardware
Posted by: Louis Krauss on 2020-01-09
Fourteen former patients of the University of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Center have sued the Glen Burnie hospital and the University of Maryland Medical System (UMMS) in Baltimore Circuit Court, alleging that a doctor implanted counterfeit spinal fusion hardware during surgeries and received hundreds of thousands of dollars in kickbacks from the hardware distributor. The…
Rosenberg Martin Greenberg creates dedicated pro bono spot
Posted by: Louis Krauss on 2020-01-09
Louis J. Ebert is the new pro bono chair at Rosenberg Martin Greenberg in Baltimore. (Submitted photo) Rosenberg Martin Greenberg LLP has announced that senior counsel Louis J. Ebert has moved into the role of pro bono chair, a new part-time position. Describing his new job as a semi-retirement gift from the Baltimore law…
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Let’s end this dismal Maryland tradition
Posted by: Commentary: on 2020-01-09
Rejecting calls for leniency from members of the Maryland General Assembly, U.S. District Court judge Theodore Chuang sentenced former Del. Tawanna Gaines to six months in prison after she pleaded guilty to one count of wire fraud for taking money from her campaign finance account to pay for personal expenses. I’m sure the sentence gave…
Category(s): Commentary,Columns

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