ANNAPOLIS — The state Senate gave preliminary approval to a public-private partnerships bill Saturday afternoon that does not include two controversial amendments made to an identical House of Delegates bill. SB 358 could receive final approval when the Senate reconvenes ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — Maryland judges’ salaries will increase by roughly 3 percent annually starting in fiscal 2014, hiking their pay by more than $14,000 over three years. The House of Delegates signed off on the proposal Tuesday afternoon, conferring with state ...Read More »
One of the partners at my law firm is a walking legal database. Whether I need to know a case dealing with fiduciary duties of a prior owner of a company or the last case in Maryland dealing with notices ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — Gov. Martin O’Malley says he wants lawmakers to pass a bill that would legalize gay marriage in order to provide children with stable homes. O’Malley, flanked by clergy members, testified before the House Judiciary and Health and Government ...Read More »
One reason I’m looking forward to electronic filing in state courts is to retire one of my favorite pastimes: deciphering the results on Maryland Judiciary Case Search. Trying to make sense of the entries in a case file online sometimes is ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — The Attorney Grievance Commission’s annual budget would need to be approved by the state, and any unspent annual revenue would go to Maryland’s general fund rather than remain with the disciplinary body under a legislative proposal the Maryland ...
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