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Author Archives: N. Tucker Meneely

Tucker Meneely is an associate at Council, Baradel, Kosmerl & Nolan, P.A., in Annapolis. Meneely’s practice includes general civil and appellate litigation, where he represents businesses and individuals in a wide range of legal matters. In his free time, Tucker enjoys seeing live music, collecting vinyl records, obsessively following the Orioles, and, most of all, spending time with his wife and son.

Why do we still cite the Atlantic Reporter?

When the chief judge of the Court of Appeals stops including parallel citations to the Atlantic Reporter in her opinions, it's time to examine whether parallel citations have worn out their welcome.

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Morning pages: a daily ritual worth trying out

Have you ever heard about something—could be a word, name, phrase, place or thing—for the first time, and then suddenly it starts popping up everywhere? There is actually a term for that. It’s called the Baader-Meinhof Phenomenon. You’ll probably hear ...

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It’s a shame: The rise of bullying on the Internet and the new legal landscape.

Since the advent of social media, there has been a meteoric rise in a relic from our past — public shaming. The ease with which a once-private individual can have his or her personal information splashed across computer screens throughout ...

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