President Donald Trump recently proclaimed that he intended to order states to reopen their economies and lift stay-at-home and shelter-in-place orders issued by governors to protect the health and safety of citizens amid the coronavirus pandemic. “When somebody is the ...Read More »
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, a growing number of child custody issues are arising among parents who share custody of their minor children. The most looming is whether parents who are considered front-line workers pose a health risk to their children. ...Read More »
In the initial days leading up to the stay-at-home orders going into effect across the country, there were a myriad of logistics and arrangements to prepare for being at home for an indefinite period of time. This was an overwhelming ...Read More »
The courts in Baltimore city suffer from decades of neglect – we have written several editorials over the past decade regarding the dire state of Baltimore city’s courthouses. A letter from Judge Barbara Baer Waxman highlights the digital divide between ...
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Many of us have a new and unanticipated vocabulary. Zoom. Skype. Google Hangout. Video calls with doctors and colleagues illustrate the adoption of such technology. We are witness to and participants in rapid consumer behavioral change. We also have been ...Read More »
It has been reported that Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison agreed to support surveillance flights over Baltimore only to allow the resulting data to inform us whether the program will work or not. He added that his support is “not ...Read More »
Beginning on March 12, 2020, when Gov. Larry Hogan ordered that public schools close and the term social distancing gained widespread popularity due to the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, employers have found themselves navigating a new world that is changing by ...
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Judge James F. Schneider’s professional life was one of public service. He was an assistant state’s attorney for Baltimore City, general equity master for the Supreme Bench of Baltimore City and, for over 35 years, a United States bankruptcy judge. ...Read More »