Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh’s bid for a court order that Matthew G. Whitaker be ousted as acting U.S. attorney general in favor of Deputy AG Rod J. Rosenstein may be just as personal as political. In announcing his ...Read More »
Another term was set to begin at Sojourner-Douglass College this month but the school remains embroiled in a legal battle to regain its accreditation and must respond to a motion for summary judgment filed by the Middle States Commission on ...Read More »
A federal judge has denied a preliminary injunction that would have restored the accreditation of Sojourner-Douglass College, calling into question whether the school’s next term will move forward. The school’s lawsuit against the Middle States Commission on Higher Education remains ...Read More »
The Court of Appeals dominates the most-read legal affairs stories of the week — and only one story is related to an opinion. Gov. Martin O’Malley appointed a new judge to Maryland’s top court, which also took the rare step ...
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Gov. Martin O’Malley on Thursday named Robert N. “Bob” McDonald to Maryland’s highest court, succeeding Judge Joseph F. Murphy Jr., who stepped down from the Court of Appeals in September. O’Malley also elevated Baltimore City Circuit Court Judge Stuart Ross ...
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Sixteen attorneys and judges have applied for the Court of Special Appeals seat left vacant when Judge Ellen L. Hollander was confirmed to the U.S. District Court in Baltimore last December. They join four judges who are already in the ...Read More »
UM fires coach over empty seats The University of Maryland, College Park fired its football coach, Ralph Friedgen, on Monday, even though the team will play next week in the Military Bowl and the school is obligated to pay him $2 ...
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Ellen L. Hollander and James K. Bredar will become U.S. District Court judges in Baltimore. The U.S. Senate on Saturday confirmed Hollander, a Maryland Court of Special Appeals judge, to the federal bench on a 95-0 vote. The Senate approved ...Read More »