Law firms that serve business clients are increasingly encouraging their attorneys to get their MBAs, or at least take business classes to better understand and serve their clients. Attorneys say that overall it has been worth the time and cost ...Read More »
In the year and a half since Maryland lawyers were permitted to use the word “specialize” when advertising their area of practice, it appears attorneys have transitioned smoothly into the rule change and have not attracted complaints for false or ...Read More »
Fewer people filed complaints against Maryland attorneys in fiscal 2018 than they have in the past decade, according to the latest Attorney Grievance Commission annual report. In the last fiscal year, bar counsel received 1,802 complaints, down from 2,061, of ...Read More »
The Court of Appeals disbarred a Montgomery County solo practitioner for failing to communicate with his client about his hourly rate, collecting unearned money, mismanaging an attorney trust account and lying to the court, bar counsel and his client, the ...
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A former Baltimore County attorney who was disbarred by consent last year pleaded guilty to stealing nearly $75,000 from clients in his law practice, the state prosecutor’s office announced today. Roger L. Harris Jr. forged signatures on settlement checks and ...Read More »
In an effort to respond to increasing demand for representation in complex immigration cases, Hammond Young Immigration Law and Grossman Law have merged to better serve both businesses and individuals clients, the firms announced Tuesday. Operating under the name Grossman ...Read More »
Davis, Agnor, Rapaport & Skalny LLC is bolstering its presence in Howard County by acquiring Farrell & Gunderson LLC, the Columbia-based firms announced Wednesday. “We see opportunity in bringing over small firms that provide either a greater depth for services ...
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