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Tag Archives: election

Womble Womble, O’Malley fall down? (access required)

When former Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich opened the Baltimore office of Womble Carlyle about a month after leaving office three years ago, taking key legal and public relations staff with him, there were those who wondered about the move: Was it ...

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Monday law blog round-up (access required)

Happy still snowed-in Monday! The roads are ugly, but the round-up goes on! Here are a few law links to start your week. Here’s to digging out by the next snowfall! Everything was closed this weekend, but the LSAT at ...

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Monday law blog round-up (access required)

Good afternoon. Here are some Web nuggets to nosh on to help fight that case of the Mondays: Bryan Sears with the Patuxent newspapers reports on a pair of Baltimore County lawyers who might exert some influence on next year’s ...

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18th judge update (access required)

I wrote about the newest appointments to the Baltimore County Circuit Court bench in today’s paper. Once S. Ann Brobst and John J. Nagle III are seated, the county will have 17 circuit court judges. The county is still due ...

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Baltimore lawyer watches Afghanistan election (access required)

Many news junkies will be keeping an eye on Afghanistan’s national elections Thursday, but for Mike Smith, it’s different. Smith, a Gordon Feinblatt employment lawyer, has met three of the major candidates–incumbent Hamid Karzai and challengers Ashraf Ghani and Abdullah ...

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