ANNAPOLIS — After an 18-month divorce battle, Baltimore County multimillionaire John Zorzit met privately with his then-wife, Julie, last August and reached a financial settlement to end their 16-year marriage. The agreement between the couple, which gained court approval, provided ...Read More »
James T. “Jim” Smith Jr., former Baltimore County Executive, has joined the Towson law firm of Smith, Gildea & Schmidt, the firm announced Wednesday. Smith will serve as “of counsel,” assisting in complex litigation and business matters, administrative law and ...Read More »
Welcome to a special Tuesday edition of the law blog roundup. Hope you enjoyed your long weekend. Let’s get to the links. Woman finds way to reach teens in the Baltimore City Detention Center. Regular readers of The Daily Record ...Read More »
Parents allege that their child was sexually abused by a peer at a school in Prince George’s County, and news of a Baltimore County-based lawyer/magician who was arrested in an Internet sting operation in Florida could spur a probe by the ...Read More »
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The Baltimore County Bar Association is interviewing some of its longest-tenured members to help document the organization's changes and growth through the years. The bar hopes to create a DVD with the interviews as well as a book that will serve as a fundraiser for the bar's foundation.Read More »
The Baltimore County Bar Association is taking a guided trip down memory lane. About 30 of its longest-tenured members are being interviewed for an oral history project chronicling the organization’s changes and growth through the years. “We’ve gotten some great ...Read More »
Constellation Energy Group Inc. and Exelon Corp. are moving ahead with their planned merger and have filed applications with all regulatory bodies except the Maryland Public Service Commission. In a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Friday, Exelon ...
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TOWSON — Judge Katie O’Malley is visiting a group of Baltimore County students who created a bullying awareness and prevention public service announcement. O’Malley will visit with students at George Washington Carver Center for the Arts and Technology in Towson ...Read More »
TOWSON — A Baltimore County grand jury has indicted two teens in a beating of a transgender woman at a McDonald’s restaurant that was caught on video. The indictment returned Monday charges Teonna Brown with assault and hate crime in ...Read More »