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Attorneys seek return of files seized from Baltimore law firm in June raid (access required)

Attorneys for a Baltimore law firm are asking a federal appeals court to prohibit prosecutors from reviewing “tens of thousands” of electronic files seized from a partner’s office earlier this year. The Baltimore Sun reported in June that the Drug Enforcement ...

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40 years for Kramon & Graham, $40K for Legal Aid’s Equal Justice Council (access required)

Forty years after the founders of Kramon & Graham P.A. hung out their shingle, the Baltimore law firm decided to commemorate the milestone anniversary with a gift to the community. Although the firm’s attorneys have been involved with dozens of ...

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Steven Book joins Kramon & Graham as an associate (access required)

Steven A. Book has joined Kramon & Graham, of Baltimore, as an associate in the firm’s litigation and transaction groups. His practice will focus on business litigation and professional liability matters, as well as corporate real estate transactions. During law ...

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Steven Book joins Kramon & Graham as an associate

Steven A. Book has joined Kramon & Graham, of Baltimore, as an associate in the firm’s litigation and transaction groups. His practice will focus on business litigation and professional liability matters, as well as corporate real estate transactions. During law ...

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Law movers – 1/3/12: Wyatt hired by Kramon & Graham (access required)

Wyatt hired by Kramon & Graham Jeremy C.B. Wyatt has joined Kramon & Graham as an associate in the Baltimore firm’s litigation group. Wyatt will represent clients in business and professional liability litigation, as well as provide transactional advice to nonprofit ...

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Fireworks look like a go for New Year’s Eve in Baltimore

It looks like Baltimore will ring in the 2012 with fireworks after all. City officials said Friday that more than $32,500 was donated following a report Thursday in The Daily Record that the city’s Office of Promotion & the Arts ...

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