Tag Archives: Law

Law digest: November 22, 2010

Banking Law, Credit Agreement Act: The circuit court may consider borrowers’ allegations of negligence, fraud and breach of fiduciary duty as grounds to open, modify or vacate the confessed judgment entered against them. Pease v. Wachovia SBA Lending, Inc., No. ...

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Election results’ big impact on law, lawyers

WASHINGTON — In the recent midterm elections, voters gave Republicans control of the House and slimmed the Democrats’ majority margin in the Senate. Those results could have a big impact on legislation affecting attorneys in a host of areas. Employment ...

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Campaign finance group debates loopholes

Loopholes in Maryland’s campaign finance system allow candidates to circumvent restrictions on the amount of money they can receive, said members of a bipartisan panel tasked with recommending systemic changes. The 12-member task force, created by Attorney General Douglas F. ...

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Justice Breyer: High court must adapt to Facebook world

NASHVILLE — Don’t expect a Facebook friend request from Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer any time soon. The 72-year-old justice said in a speech at Vanderbilt Law School on Tuesday that he was perplexed when he recently saw the film ...

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Gregg Bernstein: Full audio interview

Listen to The Daily Record’s exclusive Newsmakers interview with Baltimore City State’s Attorney-elect Gregg Bernstein, where he talks about his plans for the office when he begins in January. The hour-long interview, lead by Daily Record Legal Affairs Reporter Brendan ...

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