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Hogan appoints 8 to UMMS board, including panel leaders
Posted by: Tim Curtis on 2019-12-23
Retired U.S. District Judge Alexander Williams, shown in a 2017 photo, was re-named to the UMMS board Monday. (File Photo / Bryan P. Sears) Gov. Larry Hogan has named eight more members to the board of directors of the University of Maryland Medical System following the scandal that led to wholesale governance changes for…
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Glenn charges latest political corruption case for U.S. attorney
Posted by: Adam Bednar on 2019-12-23
Robert K. Hur, U.S. States Attorney for the District of Maryland, announces federal honest services wire fraud and bribery charges against former State Del. Cheryl D. Glenn Monday, Dec. 23, 2019 in Baltimore. Behind him are Assistant U.S. Attorneys Leo Wise, left, and Derek Hines, right. (Amy Davis/The Baltimore Sun via AP) U.S. Attorney…
Kaitlyn Newsome, Leslie Giron, Daniel King and Idella Crenshaw | GWWO
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2019-12-23
From top, Kaitlyn Newsome, Leslie Giron, Daniel King and Idella Crenshaw GWWO hired Kaitlyn Newsome as an architect intern 3, Leslie Giron as a design team member and Daniel King as CADD/BIM technician. Newsome, a former GWWO intern, rejoins the firm’s architectural staff after a few years away from Baltimore. She received a Master…
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JESUS A. PONCE-FLORES v. STATE OF MARYLAND
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2019-12-23
Criminal procedure — Motion to suppress evidence — Statement to police On October 17, 2017, Joshua Duarte, on behalf of his employer, the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (“WMATA”), inspected an abandoned home owned by his employer. The house was located at 807 University Blvd., Silver Spring, Maryland. While on the second floor of that…
Best Week, Worst Week: Sherry Perkins back to lead AAMC; More charges for ex-mayor Catherine Pugh
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2019-12-21
Sherry Perkins is back in familiar territory with Anne Arundel Medical Center and so is Catherine Pugh. Lately, though, hers has been a courtroom. On Thursday, Perkins was named the next president of Anne Arundel Medical Center, an institution where she previously spent time as chief operating officer and chief nursing officer. Business writer Tim…
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Hogan appoints family-law attorney to Queen Anne’s County bench
Posted by: Steve Lash on 2019-12-20
Gov. Larry Hogan has appointed a family-law specialist to the Queen Anne’s County Circuit Court bench. Attorney C. Lynn Knight, with offices in Centreville and Chestertown, will succeed retired Judge Thomas C. Ross. “The appointment of qualified individuals to serve across our state’s justice system is paramount to upholding our responsibilities to the people of…
Former Baltimore County judge dies unexpectedly
Posted by: Louis Krauss on 2019-12-20
Judge Patrick Cavanaugh (courtesy photo) Former Baltimore County Judge Patrick Cavanaugh died unexpectedly last Saturday of a heart attack, according to a family member. Cavanaugh, 76, served on the bench for Baltimore County Circuit Court from 2002 through 2013, when he retired. He graduated from the University of Baltimore School of Law in 1974…
CareFirst acquires Medicaid plans in Maryland, Washington
Posted by: Tim Curtis on 2019-12-20
CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield has purchased Medicaid  managed care organization plans in Maryland and Washington as the region’s dominant health insurer adds Medicaid plans to its portfolio for the first time in decades, the insurer announced Friday. The nonprofit insurer bought University of Maryland Health Partners, owned by the University of Maryland Medical System, and Washington,…
The Daily Record celebrates 2019 Icon Honors winners
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2019-12-20
2019 Icon Honors winner Ed Hord, founder and senior principal at Hord Coplan Macht, and Aviva Hord pose for a photo at the event. (Photo by Maximilian Franz) John R. Saunders Jr. M.D., left, chief medical officer of the Greater Baltimore Medical Center, and David Skeen, a partner with Wright, Constable & Skeen LLP,…
Canada court allows son of Russian spies to keep citizenship
Posted by: Associated Press on 2019-12-19
TORONTO — Canada’s Supreme Court ruled Thursday the son of a Russian spy couple who lived clandestine lives in Canada and the United States can keep his Canadian citizenship. Alex Vavilov was born in Toronto, which would typically qualify him for Canadian citizenship except for one thing: His parents were part of a notorious Russian…
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