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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.

Park School settles gender discrimination lawsuit with EEOC (access required)

A Baltimore County private school settled a lawsuit with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission after the federal agency alleged the school did not renew the contract of its softball coach because he is a man. The Park School settled ...

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Biran and Kelly take government, white-collar practice to Baker Donelson (access required)

Just over a year after their firm was acquired by Rifkin Weiner Livingston LLC, Jonathan Biran and Ty Kelly have moved to a firm with an even larger platform to support their government enforcement and investigations practice. Biran and Kelly ...

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HBO releases trailer for Adnan Syed docu-series (access required)

Adnan Syed

HBO has released a trailer for its upcoming four-part documentary examining the disappearance of Hae Min Lee and the conviction of her ex-boyfriend Adnan Syed for her murder. The case first received worldwide attention with the “Serial” podcast. The new ...

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Harvard Law group’s ‘Dump Venable’ campaign focuses on students (access required)

A Harvard Law School student organization is trying to discourage law students nationwide from applying for summer associate positions at Venable LLP because of the firm’s use of mandatory arbitration clauses in employment agreements. The clauses, which, among other things, ...

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Md. AG reaches settlement with LPL Financial (access required)

The Maryland Attorney General’s office has reached a settlement with LPL Financial LLC, requiring the firm to repurchase certain securities and pay civil penalties, the office announced Thursday. The settlement stems from a multistate investigation into LPL’s failure to establish ...

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Ethics complaint: BigLaw attorney fudged hours over ‘perceived’ billing expectations

A lawyer who worked at two BigLaw firms in Chicago is now facing an ethics complaint over allegations that he exaggerated the number of hours he worked on client matters. The lawyer, Christopher Craig Anderson, was an associate at Kirkland ...

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