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Author Archives: Danielle Ulman

WTP counsels creditors in Howrey’s bankruptcy

Baltimore-based Whiteford, Taylor & Preston has taken over as counsel to the unsecured creditors committee in the Chapter 11 bankruptcy case of the former Washington, D.C., law firm Howrey LLC. Whiteford’s F. Bradford Englander replaced Thomas Willoughby of Felderstein Fitzgerald ...

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The next front for ground-rent reforms

This week’s Court of Appeals decision invalidating one ground-rent reform opens the door for the next stage: a separate class action brought by ground lease holders who say another recent change has made their investments worthless. In April, Anne Arundel ...

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Clean up your digital trail, already

Apparently, law school admissions folks are pretty nosy. A survey from  Kaplan Test Prep found that 41 percent of law school admissions officers use Google to dig up dirt on applicants. That’s compared to 27 percent of their business school ...

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Law blog roundup

Happy Monday. Here’ s some tidbits from the legal world to keep you busy until kickoff tonight. As expected, reports show need for free legal aid is up, but funding is down. Law schools and others picked up the tab ...

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