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Tag Archives: Attorney Grievance Commission

This week in Maryland Lawyer

With declining markets and law-firm layoffs in the news, soon-to-be lawyers are wondering about their own job prospects, Caryn Tamber writes. Prospects are looking up, though, for two civil servants who were fired after campaigning for their newly elected boss’s opponent. The ...

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Judicial sanctions to go online

Information on federal judicial misconduct sanctions will soon be as close as your computer, according to our sister blog, DC Dicta. Under new rules approved this week by the U.S. Judicial Conference, sanctions will be posted online and will identify ...

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Lawyers in trouble

The University of Maryland’s Capital News Service has a couple of interesting stories on what we here like to call “Lawyers Behaving Badly,” a.k.a. Attorney Grievance Commission actions. (Come on, you know you like this stuff. Attorney malfeasance stories are ...

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