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A legal longshot and a spot-a-pot

Two items of interest from the November Issue of the ABA Journal (at least to me): The cover story is about how a 33-year-old solo practitioner in Cleveland named David Mills will be arguing his first case before the U.S. ...

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Are you going to be a trial lawyer?

The results to the July Maryland Bar Exam should be coming out soon, and Maryland will have over 1,000 new lawyers, assuming the pass/fail rate trends continue. Some of these new lawyers went to law school because becoming an attorney ...

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The 71-hour day and other billing practices

There’s alternative billing, as my colleague Danielle Ulman wrote about in Monday’s paper, and then there just might be Glenn C. Lewis’ alleged billing practices. Lewis had days with as many as 71 billable hours, and in a 16-month period ...

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Lawyer reprimanded for failure to surrender documents

Maryland’s top court has reprimanded an attorney for failing to fulfill a former client’s request for documents the lawyer drafted or received during the course of the legal representation. Rockville lawyer Timur Z. Edib’s failure violated Maryland Rules of Professional ...

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