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MSBA panel: Legal profession still falls short in combating sexual harassment

OCEAN CITY — The legal profession has made important strides to combat gender discrimination and sexual harassment in recent years, but there remains work to be done, according to a panel discussion at the Maryland State Bar Association’s Legal Summit and ...

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State outlines appeal of liability, injunction in HBCU litigation

Nearly five years after a federal judge found Maryland's state colleges and universities failed to effectively desegregate, the state will get to challenge on appeal that ruling and the subsequently ordered injunctive relief.

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Tow company owner awarded $259K in discrimination lawsuit against PG town

A Prince George's County jury has awarded more than $250,000 to a Palestinian-American man who took over a towing company that provided services Riverdale Park but was prevented from continuing that business relationship by town officials and police.

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Baltimore jury awards $113K to woman fired after cancer diagnosis

A Baltimore jury has awarded more than $113,000 to a Hampstead woman who was fired weeks after informing her employer she had breast cancer. Kelly Rankin was awarded $37,800 each for economic damages, emotional distress damages and punitive damages on ...

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