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Author Archives: Anamika Roy

Anamika covers the business of law beat at The Daily Record. She is also an evening student at the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law.

Equal Justice Council marks 20 years, seeks more support of Maryland Legal Aid

Twenty years ago, prominent attorneys from some of the top law firms in Maryland banded together, seeking to allow the state’s poorest residents to have equal access to justice in civil cases. This week, Maryland Legal Aid’s Equal Justice Council ...

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Md. assistant attorney general’s firing upheld on appeal

A former Maryland assistant attorney general who was fired in 2012 is not entitled to judicial review of the decision, a Maryland appellate court has held. Alfreda Cooper claimed her dismissal was due to racial discrimination, according to a complaint ...

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Hagerstown drug treatment provider to pay $375K to settle Medicaid fraud case

A Hagerstown-based drug and alcohol treatment provider will pay $375,000 to the state to settle allegations it committed Medicaid fraud by employing a prohibited person and deceiving state regulators. Wells House Inc. employed a person on the federal List of Excluded ...

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Pro bono group, UB Law launching expanded human trafficking prevention effort

In an effort to tear down boundaries for human-trafficking survivors, the Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service is joining forces with the University of Baltimore School of Law to offer expanded legal services to survivors and those at high risk of exploitation. ...

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