Maryland’s attorney general is hiring a former U.S. Department of Justice attorney to lead a new unit tasked with investigating killings by police.Read More »
Insys Therapeutics’ decision to declare bankruptcy last week won’t halt Maryland’s administrative charges against the opioid manufacturer but could affect lawsuits by cities and counties currently pending in state and federal court. Insys, which manufactures the opioid spray Subsys, filed ...Read More »
Former Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler has joined Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP as a partner in the Global Litigation Group and the White Collar Defense and Investigations Practice in the firm’s Washington office, Cadwalader announced Monday. Gansler will ...Read More »
PHILADELPHIA — Former Maryland attorney general Douglas F. Gansler will lead a team of Washington-based lawyers combing through thousands of emails on Pennsylvania government computers in an independent review of pornographic and other objectionable content shared among judges, prosecutors and ...Read More »
The failed rollout of the Maryland Health Benefit Exchange was the direct result of the state’s reliance on false statements made by vendors, and additional lawsuits against those companies are likely, according to Attorney General Brian E. Frosh. Frosh notified ...Read More »
As a state senator, Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh advocated for the presentment of arrested individuals before district court commissioners without undue delay. Now, as the state's top lawyer, he has been called on to decide just how much time the Constitution permits for presentment when a city’s police force is trying to quell a riot.Read More »
Brian E. Frosh, a self-described proud Democrat, spent his first moments as attorney general saying he looks forward to working with incoming Gov. Larry Hogan, a Republican whose underdog campaign focused in large part on running against the Democratic establishment in Annapolis.
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