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Author Archives: Danielle Ulman

Law blog roundup

Welcome back to work on this cold and dreary Monday. Here are some law links to brighten your day: President Obama’s former bodyguard is looking to unseat U.S. Sen. Ben Cardin. The Washington County Volunteer Fire and Rescue Association has ...

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E-billing helps corporate counsel track spending on outside law firms

In-house counsel have never had an easier time comparing the hourly and package rates of their outside attorneys — that is, if they’re using electronic billing to track and review costs. Electronic billing, known in the industry as e-billing, has ...

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Former WSSC employee wins $637K verdict

A former senior manager of the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission won a $637,000 verdict against his old employer in Prince George’s County Circuit Court last week. The discrimination case, which was before Judge Leo E. Green Jr., began Sept. 12 ...

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Law blog roundup

Welcome back on this fall-like day. Check out the law links below to get your work week started. A Maryland man who faked his own death could face years in prison. The really sad part is that he faked his ...

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Lerch Early adds 8 from Holland & Knight

Bethesda-based Lerch, Early & Brewer Chtd. has picked up eight attorneys from the national firm Holland & Knight LLP to expand its land-use and real estate practices. The move makes Lerch Early the second-largest law firm in Montgomery County with ...

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