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Author Archives: Danielle Ulman

Law blog roundup

It’s Monday, and you know what that means… time for some law links from around the world. Businesses are spending more money on in-house lawyers than hiring outside firms, according to an HBR Law Department Survey released this month. Frederick ...

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Pair joins Saul Ewing from McGuireWoods

When opportunity came knocking for construction litigation partners Don Rea and Michelle Lipkowitz, they decided to make the move to Saul Ewing LLP. The two were approached by several different firms about leaving the Baltimore office of McGuireWoods LLP. They ...

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UB Law to get more money from university

The University of Baltimore has pledged to increase its law school’s budget by $5 million over the next five years, following a study of the financial relationships between several other law schools and their universities. UB looked at the financial ...

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Stained, outdated note led to six-figure surprise for 13 heirs

Attorneys don’t often get the chance to send off hundreds of thousands of dollars to unsuspecting people, but that’s just what happened to Annapolis lawyer Elliott S. Newcomb. One of Newcomb’s clients — Bernard Parker, a former Tuskegee Airman — ...

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Law blog roundup

Columbus who? We’re back to work today at The Daily Record, federal holiday or not. Here are some law links to help you while the day away. A Rockville lawyer involved in the baby-sale ring was disbarred in Maryland last ...

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Stephen L. Miles back in the TV game

Say the name Stephen L. Miles around someone who lived in the Baltimore area in the ’80s or ’90s and the likely response you’ll get is, “Let’s talk about it.” The lawyer as well-known for his legal work as he ...

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