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Tag Archives: disclosure

Editorial: The right to know

The task force studying the need for public subsidies to private developers in Baltimore started to get to the heart of the matter this week — disclosure and accountability. The group spent nearly two hours debating how financing tools like ...

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Gary S. Williams: Planning can help reduce big funeral expenses

It doesn’t matter whether a loved one dies suddenly or with warning — funeral costs can be daunting. According to the National Funeral Directors Association, which bills itself as the world’s leading funeral service association, the average cost of an ...

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Updates on the secret Shapiro settlement

While Baltimore City Solicitor George A. Nilson and Steven Kupferberg, the attorney for mistakenly arrested violinist Yakov Shapiro, still differ as to the origin of the confidentiality of their settlement, allow me to offer a few updates related to the ...

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NU cries foul over Terps win

The Maryland Terrapins’ women’s lacrosse team won the national championship Memorial Day weekend, beating Northwestern University 13-11. The victory clinched the Terps’ record 10th title and broke the Wildcats’ five-year run as champions. Now, I can’t say I’m a big ...

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“It’s called disclosha, ya —head!”

Montgomery County State’s Attorney John J. McCarthy is a bit of a movie aficionado. In my story in this week’s Maryland Lawyer, he said discovery rules that take effect July 1, requiring prosecutors to disclose a host of information without ...

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