To those attorney-parents out there, I wish you an enjoyable last week of calm.
A Baltimore County judge has dismissed the majority of a lawsuit brought by the second wife of John Paterakis Sr. accusing his family of withholding her rightful share of the baking magnate and developer's estate.
Seventeen states, including Maryland, New York and California, sued President Donald Trump's administration Tuesday in an effort to force officials to reunite migrant families who have been separated at the U.S.-Mexico border.
I wanted to tie in a different perspective from my last post – that of marketing and engaging the community around you, which may ultimately lead to building a law practice. It’s also important to make time for self-care, reflection and quality time with friends and family. Often, of course, fun with friends is also […]
Being a student of the law has unquestionably made me a better parent.
At the end of each year, as I fill out the last time sheet for 2015 and close down my office for a couple of days, I always think about the past year. Did I meet my goals? Was I able to cross off my resolutions made 12 months earlier? And, if I crossed off […]
I was approached recently by two friends of mine who are co-owners of a small business. They had been served with process in a breach of contract action in district court. My friends wanted to consult with me about the suit and discuss defense strategies, counterclaims, and the like. Ordinarily, this would be a case […]
Don't worry, be happy when your young son asks you what 'litigate' means.
How trying to celebrate the Chinese New Year became my latest attempt at finding work/life balance -- and a comedy of errors.
Unfortunately, the mind of a lawyer is impossible to simply turn off and on.
Why skipping the second day of the Bar exam was an easy decision for me.