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Md. high court disbars lawyer who failed ‘basics,’ ignored bar counsel

Maryland’s top court has disbarred a Columbia solo practitioner who repeatedly harmed the same client by failing the “basic” duty of serving notice on the two motorists who allegedly struck her vehicle in separate incidents – and then not telling her, even after both claims had been dismissed.

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Md. high court weighs if judge can order bar-counsel investigation

A NNAPOLIS – Maryland’s top court appears poised to scrap a judge’s order that the state’s bar counsel investigate for potential ethics violations three of Hillary Clinton’s attorneys who were assigned to separate professional from personal messages on the former ...

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Two lawyers suspended in separate cases

The Court of Appeals indefinitely suspended a lawyer for, among other things, practicing law without first getting his license reinstated after an earlier suspension. In a second case, the court issued a 60-day suspension to a lawyer who has previously ...

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