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Author Archives: Robert J. Terry

Top 5: Garyland goes dark (access required)

Yes, The Daily Record is devoted to covering legal and business news — but many of our readers are University of Maryland graduates, and they were no doubt shocked by the sudden retirement this week of longtime basketball coach Gary ...

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Top 5: ‘That’s why I went to law school’ (access required)

As one of our website commenters noted this week, who hasn’t wanted to stick it to the man? Many people equate beating a traffic ticket with just that, and James Liskow’s story of finding a typo in a 5-year-old statute ...

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Top 5: I’ll take ‘transformative’ for $30 million (access required)

Verdicts, settlements and a big-ticket donation dominated the legal news this week. Here are the most-read stories by members of The Daily Record’s legal affairs reporting team. 1. Lockheed’s loss was the Maryland State Law Library’s gain – by Steve ...

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Top 5: ‘They thought they could act with impunity’ (access required)

New Baltimore City State’s Attorney Gregg Bernstein made his courtroom debut during a week packed with high-profile legal news. Here are the five most-read stories by The Daily Record’s legal affairs reporting team. 1. Nordstrom found negligent in 2005 knife ...

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Knorr Brake to expand in Carroll County

Knorr Brake Inc., a major employer in Westminster, has signed a letter of intent to move and expand its North American Mass Transit Braking Systems headquarters to the Westminster Technology Park, the Board of Carroll County Commissioners announced. The company, ...

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Remembering William Donald Schaefer (access required)

Much has been written about William Donald Schaefer since his death Monday. Here are some stories and blog posts on Baltimore’s former mayor and Maryland’s former governor and comptroller that, if you haven’t already seen, would be worth your time. ...

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Supreme blunders (access required)

It’s a Web journalism truism that blog readers love lists, so this seems a good forum to present the five worst Supreme Court decisions ever. Sister blog DC Dicta has the lowdown via a story by the Los Angeles Times ...

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Another reason why time begins on Opening Day (access required)

The collective mood of Baltimore’s baseball faithful is off-the-charts positive today with the Orioles off to a 3-0 start after a season-opening sweep of the Tampa Bay Rays. Those 162-0 tweets and Facebook updates never get old to this long-suffering ...

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