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Nov 19, 2013

Top court could expand rights of nonparties to file amicus briefs

Maryland’s top court is expected to vote Thursday on a procedural rule that would make it easier for nonparties to submit briefs presenting their legal arguments and concerns about what the court’s decision in a case could mean for them.

Jul 28, 2013

Five critical steps to change

You need to identify your challenges with creating change – and find a way to see your challenges through to success with this proven methodology.

Mar 7, 2013

In-House Interrogatory

How do you think the in-house counsel role is different in today's economy?

Jul 12, 2011

Barry Rosen: Health care horizontal merger guidelines are changing

Recent federal guidance should remind health care organizations to evaluate the antitrust laws carefully when considering a merger with an actual or potential competitor. The federal Clayton Act prohibits firms from merging with competitors (that is, merging horizontally) when the effect of such merger may be to lessen competition substantially or to tend to create […]

Jul 5, 2011

Radio station WVIE drops sports for all news

Radio station WVIE (1370 AM) has dropped its sports talk format in favor of all-day news programming. The network, which until Friday was home to Fox Sports Radio, provides 12-hour-per-day coverage from America’s Radio News, a news service based in Alexandria, Va. The new format, which started Monday, features national, international and local news, as […]

Jun 8, 2011

Delta changes policy on soldiers’ bag fees

WASHINGTON — Delta Air Lines hastily changed its baggage fees for troops Wednesday after a YouTube video showed soldiers complaining that they had to pay $200 apiece to check extra bags as they made their way home from Afghanistan. The video was posted Tuesday and was viewed almost 200,000 times before it was removed by […]

Jan 17, 2011

Give me back my sign! Horoscope readers @twitter

Sofia Whitcombe began her day with the startling realization that she might not be exactly who she thought she was. “My whole life, I thought I was a Capricorn,” the 25-year-old publicist said. “Now I’m a Sagittarius? I don’t feel like a Sagittarius!” It felt, she said, like a rug had been pulled from under […]

Jan 12, 2011

Obama ‘HOPE’ artist and AP settle copyright claims

NEW YORK — The Associated Press and the artist who created the Barack Obama “HOPE” image have agreed to settle their copyright infringement claims against each other in a deal that calls for them to work together on future projects involving the news agency’s pictures. Both sides announced the agreement in a joint release Wednesday, […]

Nov 5, 2010

Editorial Advisory Board: For Bernstein, hope is easy; change is hard

We congratulate Gregg Bernstein. His decision to leave private practice to run for Baltimore City State’s Attorney reflects courage and commitment. His election signaled a desire in our community for more effective leadership in dealing with crime. But, as with expectations in the past presidential election, “Hope” is the easy part and “Change” is the […]

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