We’re in the thick of wedding season, and while some of us may be watching friends walk down the aisle, law firms are also getting hitched – to one another. According to Altman Weil MergerLine, there were 12 law firm ...Read More »
A murder suspect’s request that he not talk to police anymore until he spoke with a lawyer was an unambiguous invocation of his right to counsel, the state’s top court ruled Tuesday. The Court of Appeals granted Warren Lee Ballard ...Read More »
At about 25 kilometers per hour, Stephen Immelt was in the slow group. The Baltimore attorney rode on a team with other Hogan Lovells lawyers and a few clients that spent three days in the London-Paris 2011, a 550-kilometer bike ...Read More »
Severstal Sparrows Point LLC is not liable for pollution that occurred before the 2003 approval of Bethlehem Steel Corp.’s bankruptcy sale, but may be required to undertake a study of offshore pollution in the area, a federal judge has ruled. ...
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A Maryland judicial commission has released the pared list of candidates Gov. Martin O’Malley will consider for two vacancies on the Baltimore City Circuit Court. The Trial Courts Judicial Nominating Commission for Commission District 14 met on June 27 to ...Read More »
A man who lost a finger when he tried to sit down on a Martha Stewart lounge chair has reached a confidential settlement with the companies that manufacture and sell the product. Robert Dunn of Sykesville sued Martha Stewart Living ...Read More »
A former high-ranking employee of Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission has won a $1.65 million verdict for his wrongful termination in 2005. A Prince George’s County Circuit Court jury found on Tuesday that Allen W. Cartwright Jr., a black man, had ...Read More »