“After two years of declines in litigation, corporate lawyers are preparing for a wave of lawsuits from disgruntled investors, suspicious regulators, and predatory rivals.” So says Condé Nast Portfolio.com, reporting today on the fifth annual Litigation Trends survey commissioned by ...Read More »
Building wind turbines in Maryland is a touchy subject to say the least. Supporters tout the benefits of clean energy and call the turbines environmentally friendly, while opponents have been fervent in their disapproval of 40-story contraptions that they say ...Read More »
At a CREW (Commercial Real Estate Women) panel discussion yesterday, local developers, tenants and economic development officials talked about how Baltimore’s businesses and development projects are poised to make it though these unstable economic times. The panelists, Courtney Capute of ...
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North Philly, May 4, 2001. Officer Sean Devlin, Narcotics Strike Force, was working the morning shift. Undercover surveillance. The neighborhood? Tough as a three-dollar steak. Devlin knew. Five years on the beat, nine months with the Strike Force. He’d made ...Read More »
A University of Maryland media economist is predicting that television and radio use will likely increase during a prolonged recession, based on his study of current audience behavior and Great Depression era trends. “U.S. households spend six to eight hours ...
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Competition abounded last week and weekend at the Constellation Energy Senior Players Championship — and it wasn’t just on the golf course. Tournament director Steve Schoenfeld said ticket sales were down about 2 to 3 percent this year compared to ...Read More »
Happy Monday! For those of you who don’t have off for Columbus Day, here are a few links to help you procrastinate: * Washington County Judge Frederick Wright has retired. The Hagerstown Herald-Mail has this retrospective. * “The only way ...Read More »