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Author Archives: Jason Whong

Jason Whong is digital editor of The Daily Record. Contact him by calling (443) 524-8158 or by emailing jwhong@

Be heard in the Maryland Lawyers Survey

We’re taking responses in the latest round of  The Daily Record – MSBA Maryland Lawyers survey, a confidential, quarterly survey of private attorneys in the state that explored their views on the economic factors influencing their practices. In the third-quarter survey, ...

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Novavax gets $4M for COVID-19 vaccine, teams with Emergent

A Gaithersburg drug company has received $4 million in funding from a nongovernmental organization to develop a COVID-19 vaccine and is teaming with another Gaithersburg drug company for development and manufacturing.

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Patient dosed with drug made with RoosterBio’s technology

A human patient has been dosed for the first time with a drug that was made using a Frederick cell manufacturing platform company’s technology. RoosterBio Inc. announced that its CliniControl cell and media systems were used to make the drug ...

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A timeline of the Catherine Pugh scandal

Here is a rundown of events that led up to the sentencing of former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh on charges related to the sale of her “Healthy Holly” children’s book series: Dec. 6, 2016 Catherine Pugh takes office after winning the ...

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Leadership in Law nomination deadline has been extended

Do you know of an attorney who has outstanding dedication to the law profession and to the community? Do you know a young lawyer who has demonstrated a strong commitment to working in law? Or perhaps you know of someone whose career makes them stand out from the rest. You now have one more day to help them get recognized for their hard work.

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W. R. Grace loses money in Q4; 2019 earnings down also

W. R. Grace & Co., the Columbia-based supplier of catalysts and engineered materials, lost money in its fourth quarter and had lower earnings for 2019 due to charges it took in the quarter.

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