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Week in Review – Business edition

Snow stopper Monday brought a break from the wintry weekend snow, but it was soon back to the snow shovel as Maryland’s second big storm in less than a week settled in, this time with high winds to complicate things. ...

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Editorial: No time for judicial raises

We commend the Maryland Judiciary for holding the line on requesting pay raises for judges for a second consecutive year. “We can’t really ask for one [pay raise], given the situation,” said Court of Appeals Judge Clayton Greene Jr., who ...

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A note to our print readers

The print edition of The Daily Record may be delayed in reaching you due to delivery problems caused by this weekend's record snowfall. We appreciate your patience as we make every effort to get the newspaper to you as soon as possible. Meanwhile, our Web site continues to bring you the latest business and legal news.

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Montgomery County’s Ride On bus service preserved

The Montgomery County Council on Tuesday accepted most of the budget reduction proposals advanced by County Executive Isiah Leggett, but rejected a plan to reduce the county’s Ride On bus service. The budget cuts will save the county about $70 ...

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Johns Hopkins Bayview real estate deal pending

An Arizona-based real estate investment trust has agreed to pay $29.25 million for a building on the Johns Hopkins Bayview campus. Healthcare Trust of America Inc., a non-traded, independent REIT, announced Wednesday that it had signed an agreement to acquire ...

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Frederick’s BioElectronics agrees to deal with Turkish company

BioElectronics Corp., of Frederick, which makes disposable, drug-free, anti-inflammatory devices, said it has an agreement with a Turkish company to distribute itsActiPatch and Allay products in Turkey. The Turkish distributor, SAY-GIN, has committed to more than $1 million in orders ...

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Multimedia: Days of digging out ahead for Md. residents

As Maryland residents dig out from one of the biggest snow storms on record, staff photographers Maximilian Franz and Rich Dennison were in and around Baltimore shooting photos to document the record snowfall. Send us your photos at tdrweb@gmail.com.

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Legal opinions – US District Court, Md.

Constitutional Law Standing BOTTOM LINE: Where Baltimore alleged that defendant-bank’s predatory lending practices led to foreclosures that harmed the City, bank’s motion to dismiss granted because the City’s allegation of a causal connection between bank’s misconduct and damages to the ...

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Abrams named a state Administrative Law Judge

Henry Abrams has been appointed as a state Administrative Law Judge. Abrams, who is The Daily Record’s attorney on media law matters, has been at his current firm, Saul Ewing LLP, and its predecessor, Weinberg & Green LLP, for 26 ...

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Jos. A. Bank to pay $4M to end share-price litigation

Jos. A. Bank Clothiers Inc. has agreed to pay $4 million to settle securities litigation over certain public statements about its sales and inventory made in late 2005 and early 2006.  The Hampstead-based menswear chain reached an agreement in principle ...

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