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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.

EEOC settles discrimination lawsuit for $300,000 against car wash

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has reached a $300,000 settlement in a racial discrimination lawsuit against Maritime Autowash, the federal agency announced Wednesday. In a lawsuit filed in August 2017, the EEOC alleged Maritime, later known as Phase 2 ...

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Law firms urged to take succession planning seriously

Planning for a law firm’s future takes many forms, depending on the size of the shop. But regardless of firm size, one thing remains consistent: Succession planning is critical and often overlooked. “Succession planning for large, medium and small firms ...

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How lawyers can help businesses before — and after — disasters strike

When disaster strikes businesses — be it physical damage from a storm or hackers stealing proprietary information — one of their first calls is likely to their lawyer. Whether it’s preparing for a natural disaster or for a data breach, ...

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Old Bay sues New Bae alleging trademark infringement

A lawsuit filed in federal court this week seeks to protect a name synonymous with Maryland cuisine: Old Bay. McCormick & Co. alleges Pittsburgh-based Primal Palate’s seasoning blend “New Bae” infringes on the Baltimore spice maker’s trademark for the company’s ...

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Stanley Black & Decker denies EEOC allegations in lawsuit

Stanley Black & Decker Inc. denies allegations that it failed to make reasonable accommodations for an employee seeking cancer treatment and fired in her violation of federal law, according to a recent filing. The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission sued ...

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