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Appointed Attorneys Program has provided counsel to thousands
Posted by: Heather Cobun on 2019-08-09
In 2013, when Maryland’s highest court recognized people’s constitutional right to have an attorney present at their initial court appearance, officials had to make that right a reality – and find a way to pay for it. They were frantic. Attorney General Brian E. Frosh, chairman of the Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee in 2014, said…
Category(s): Law,Featured,Trial Courts
Greenebaum Enterprises plans downtown Towson office tower overhaul
Posted by: Adam Bednar on 2019-08-09
Greenebaum Enterprises and Caves Valley Partners have teamed up to overhaul a downtown Towson office building surrounded by new development. The developers plan a $1 million overhaul of a property, previously listed as 29 W. Susquehanna Ave., now rebranded as 215 Washington Avenue. The firms plan to add a new exterior, an upgraded lobby and…
Category(s): Real Estate,Featured
Maryland universities named in list of top global institutions
Posted by: Tim Curtis on 2019-08-09
Towson University President Dr. Kim Schatzel. (File photo) Several Maryland universities have been ranked among the best in the world by a group that looks at 20,000 institutions of higher learning. The Center for World University Rankings lists the top 2,000 of the 20,000 universities it scores. Six Maryland universities made the list, including…
Category(s): Education,Business,Featured
Sheppard Pratt Health System appoints new VP, CFO
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2019-08-09
Kelly Savoca, CPA, MBA, chief financial officer for Sheppard Pratt Health System. (Submitted photo) Sheppard Pratt Health System announced Friday the appointment of Kelly Savoca, CPA, MBA, as its new vice president and chief financial officer. She will oversee financial operations across the health system’s more than 160 programs and 350 sites of service. She…
Matthew J. Rudo | Cordell & Cordell
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2019-08-08
Matthew J. Rudo has joined the Baltimore office of Cordell & Cordell as a senior litigation attorney. Prior to joining Cordell & Cordell, Rudo practiced family law, personal injury, trusts and estates, and general litigation. He earned his Juris Doctor from the University of Baltimore and is a member of the American Bar Association, the…
Category(s): Movers and Shakers
Baltimore mayor not sweating weather’s impact on waterfront development
Posted by: Adam Bednar on 2019-08-07
Baltimore Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young said a severe storm that hammered the city and the potential for persistent extreme weather stemming from climate change doesn’t cause him concern about waterfront development in the city. Despite a strong storm on Tuesday that caused flooding around two of Baltimore’s most prominent developments in recent decades, Young…
Category(s): Featured,Real Estate
USM takes another step toward implementing oversight reforms
Posted by: Tim Curtis on 2019-08-07
The University System of Maryland Board of Regents plans to begin making changes to its bylaws next month as at least one legislator is pleased with how it has worked to implement reforms the General Assembly required….
Category(s): Featured,Education,Business
Development cap may take a big bite out of Howard County’s revenues
Posted by: Adam Bednar on 2019-08-06
Howard County Executive Calvin Ball had backed a measure enacted last year that could sharply curtail residential development in several school districts in the county. (File Photo) Howard County Executive Calvin Ball’s administration is warning that a measure he backed as a councilman to lower the threshold for halting real estate development due to…
Category(s): Featured,Real Estate
FEATURED MOVER | Donna Glover, Baker Donelson
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2019-08-06
Donna M. Glover, a member of the labor and employment group with Baker Donelson in its Baltimore office, was elected a shareholder in the firm. Glover represents a wide variety of clients, including construction, property management, and scientific and technology solution companies, and not-for-profit organizations. She advises clients on day-to-day management issues relating to employees,…
Robots making move in Maryland’s medical field
Posted by: Nick Stern on 2019-08-05
Derek Paley, director of the Maryland Robotics Center at the University of Maryland. (Submitted photo) When some people imagine a robot that’s used in a medical application, say a surgery, they might picture a hulking humanoid stamping down the hallways of the hospital. Something out of a sci-fi flick from the 1970s perhaps? Or…

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