The entire proceeding may have only taken five minutes but it is definitely a highlight of my legal career.Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — Maryland’s highest court is hearing arguments on whether or not a bar or restaurant can be held legally responsible for the actions of its inebriated customers. The Maryland Court of Appeals will hear oral arguments Tuesday in a ...Read More »
Maryland’s highest court on Tuesday reinstated an immigration lawyer it had disbarred in 2007 after he pleaded guilty to felonious involvement in an immigration fraud scheme.Read More »
FREDERICK — A Frederick bar owner says the local liquor board is ignoring the fine line between selling and serving booze. Pam Belles tells The Frederick News-Post she’ll fight a $500 fine it imposed Monday on her downtown tavern, The ...Read More »
Former and current law school deans discussed theoretical ways to cut tuition Thursday, but none had concrete plans for slashing the rising cost of legal education.
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