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Author Archives: Daily Record Staff

Editorial: Gansler opinion should stand

Impeach Doug Gansler? Not hardly. The attorney general issued his long-awaited opinion Wednesday, saying that same-sex marriages performed legally outside of Maryland should be recognized here although Maryland law does not allow such marriages to be performed here. The opinion ...

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Week in review – Business edition

Caps irritate Md. dentists Dentists are used to insurers regulating what they can charge for covered services, but they’re irritated that some companies are limiting what they can charge for services paid for by patients. Patients and doctors have traditionally ...

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On the Move – Business Edition

Accounting Michael I. Berman has been promoted to partner at Kahn, Berman, Solomon, Taibel & Mogol, a Timonium-based certified public accounting firm. Berman has been with the firm since 1995. Matt Duvall has been promoted to manager at UHY Advisors ...

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Case digest

COURT OF SPECIAL APPEALS Administrative Law, Notice requirements for proceedings against police officers: Where notice of disciplinary proceedings and the nature of the complaint against police officer identified the initial incident that prompted investigation, but failed to mention other contemporaneous ...

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On the Move – Legal Edition

The Law Offices of Kirk Halpin & Associates, of Clarksville, and the Business & Technology Law Group, of Columbia, have formed an alliance. Halpin serves businesses and individuals in banking, finance and lending; business and corporate law; building and construction ...

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Legal opinions – Court of Special Appeals  

COURT OF SPECIAL APPEALS Administrative Law Notice requirements for proceedings against police officers BOTTOM LINE: Where notice of disciplinary proceedings and the nature of the complaint against police officer identified the initial incident that prompted investigation, but failed to mention ...

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Legal opinions – U.S. 4th Circuit

U.S. COURT OF APPEALS, FOURTH CIRCUIT Criminal Law Sufficiency of evidence BOTTOM LINE: Where direct and circumstantial evidence showed that defendant was acting suspiciously in a high-crime area and that he was the sole occupant of the car in which ...

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