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Tag Archives: Law

Opinions – U.S. District Court of Maryland: 4/25/11 (access required)

Antitrust Price-fixing allegations BOTTOM LINE: Plaintiffs’ complaint alleged a sufficiently plausible case of price fixing in violation of the Sherman Act and, therefore, Defendants’ motion to dismiss was denied. CASE: Haley Paint Company v. E.I. Dupont De Nemours and Co., ...

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Exchange readies state for health care law (access required)

The General Assembly spent much time and effort this session getting the state ready for the implementation of federal health care reform. “Health reform is only as good as states’ abilities to implement reform,” said Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown. ...

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Inside the First Amendment: Students’ religious speech at issue again (access required)

Just when First Amendment principles seem to be working in public education, new fights over student religious speech threaten to reignite culture-war battles in schools across the country. It’s little known that many public schools made significant progress toward getting ...

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Law movers, 4/5: Offit Kurman hires 2 attorneys

Offit Kurman has added two attorneys to its commercial litigation practice, working from the firm’s Baltimore/Washington office in Maple Lawn. William S. Heyman primarily represents banks, broker-dealers, insurance companies, and Fortune 100 firms in cases involving securities litigation, employment cases, ...

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