Maryland’s law schools are maintaining their high ranks in clinical and part-time programs, as well as in specialty areas in the latest U.S. News & World Report’s 2020 rankings, which were released Tuesday. The overall rankings for the state’s two ...Read More »
An attorney who was licensed to practice in Washington has been disbarred by the Maryland Court of Appeals, the state’s highest court said in an opinion published Wednesday. The attorney previously filed a defamation suit against the Attorney Grievance Commission ...
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Stanley Black & Decker has reached a $140,000 settlement to resolve allegations from the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission that the company violated federal law for firing an employee in its Towson facility who was taking time off for cancer ...Read More »
A federal agency alleges a Catonsville-based company violated federal law when it fired a director because she believed a subordinate was being subjected to disability-based discrimination, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission claimed in a lawsuit According to the suit, ...
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The Court of Appeals disbarred a Silver Spring attorney after several former clients and a stenographer filed formal complaints about her conduct and representation. The unanimous court found Christal Elizabeth Edwards violated 10 Maryland Lawyers’ Rules of Professional Conduct related ...
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Miles & Stockbridge and a former equity principal at the firm have reached a confidential settlement on all claims, both sides confirmed Wednesday. News of the settlement comes just a day before the parties were scheduled to attend a hearing ...Read More »
Baltimore County is the latest jurisdiction to implement the state’s electronic filing system, known as Maryland Electronic Courts or MDEC, the largest expansion of the program to date, the Maryland Judiciary announced Friday. MDEC was implemented in the county on ...Read More »
For the third year in a row, activists, attorneys and business groups met Tuesday afternoon at the House Economic Matters Committee in Annapolis to consider a bill that would prohibit employers from asking job applicants about their salary history. House ...Read More »
A U.S. Army combat veteran from Baltimore County is suing a defense contractor, alleging it sold faulty earplugs to the military, which he said caused him hearing loss and tinnitus, according to a lawsuit filed Thursday. The lawsuit, filed in ...Read More »