Editor's Picks

Jun 9, 2023

Erie Insurance sues Maryland Insurance Administration over finding of race discrimination

Erie Insurance is suing the Maryland Insurance Administration over its determination that the insurer pushed agents to reject customers from majority-Black areas of Baltimore.

Jun 9, 2023

Moore appoints members to authority for sustaining thoroughbred horse racing

Gov. Wes Moore appointed members to a new Thoroughbred Racetrack Operating Authority, which lawmakers established during an uncertain time for the industry.

Jun 9, 2023

Md. Bar Foundation presents awards, announces class of fellows

The Maryland Bar Foundation recognized its 2023 award recipients and announced its 2023 Fellows Class at its annual meeting.

Jun 8, 2023

Md. Board of Elections names successor to longtime administrator Lamone

The Maryland State Board of Elections voted unanimously for the director of candidacy and campaign finance to be the state’s next chief election official.

Jun 8, 2023

At MSBA, one panel asks whether non-lawyers can help improve access to justice

At the 2023 MSBA conference, panelists asked a delicate question: would letting non-lawyers perform some legal work help bridge the access to justice gap?

Jun 8, 2023

The Daily Record announces 2023 Leading Women honorees

The 2023 Leading Women honorees have been announced by The Daily Record.

Three members of the Women's March group protest in support of access to abortion medication outside the federal courthouse on March 15, 2023, in Amarillo, Texas. (AP Photo/David Erickson)
Jun 7, 2023

Maryland stockpiles abortion drug mifepristone in case of Supreme Court ban

The Maryland Board of Public Works approved a $1.3 million emergency purchase of mifepristone, a pill commonly used in abortions.

Jason DeLoach, a vice president at Alexander & Cleaver P.A., will take over as the president of the Maryland State Bar Association at the end of its annual conference this week. (Contributed photo)
Jun 7, 2023

Interview: Incoming MSBA president wants to appeal to young lawyers, increase membership

By week's end, the Maryland State Bar Association will have a new president.

Rep. Jamie Raskin, D-Md., participates in the House Oversight and Accountability Committee's hearing about Congressional oversight of Washington, D.C., on March 29, 2023. (AP Photo/Cliff Owen)
Jun 6, 2023

Democrats await Raskin’s decision on Senate race

If he decides to run for U.S. Senate, Rep. Jamie Raskin could shake up what has so far has been seen as a two-candidate Democratic primary for the Maryland seat.

Jun 6, 2023

2 finalists for Maryland bar counsel named by Attorney Grievance Commission

Two finalists have been named for Maryland's next bar counsel, a powerful job that involves prosecuting attorneys accused of ethical breaches.

Jun 5, 2023

Treasurer’s choice for Md. 529 administrator confounds plan holders

Some families are upset the former executive director of the agency has been assigned oversight of the Maryland 529 plans.

Maryland Treasurer Dereck Davis speaks to a joint session of the Maryland General Assembly on Feb. 21, 2023, in Annapolis, after the legislature re-elected him to a four-year term. (AP Photo/Brian Witte)
Jun 2, 2023

Families’ college savings values still unclear as treasurer takes over Md. 529 program

As the State Treasurer’s Office assumes oversight of the troubled Maryland 529 prepaid college trust and investment plans, it remains unclear when, or if, families’ account values will be restored.

Networking Calendar

Submit an entry for the business calendar