Stephen H. Sacks was discussing his motion to revise a pretrial order in his lawsuit over his apartment lease, scheduled for trial Tuesday morning, when a courier entered the courtroom and handed Sacks a blue-and-red striped box.Read More »
Martha Lessman Katz has joined Gordon, Feinblatt, Rothman, Hoffberger & Hollander, of Baltimore, as a member of the firm’s intellectual property & technology and business law practice groups. Lessman Katz advises domestic and international clients regarding privacy and data security ...
Tagged with: maryland bar associationRead More »
Saying Baltimore had the right idea, Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr. is seeking a constitutional amendment that would require the judges on the Prince George’s County Orphan’s Court to be Maryland attorneys. “Life is so complicated and estates ...Read More »
Marylanders need not look far — particularly this time of year — to find a lasting legacy of the state’s checkered past, slavery historian Anthony Cohen told judges and lawyers who gathered recently at a 19th-century courthouse in Rockville. The ...Read More »
I’ve been a lawyer longer than a teacher, but I’ve been teaching long enough to know that you never know what you’re going to get on the first day of class. I was still surprised, however, by what recently occurred ...Read More »
Approximately 760 people in Maryland took the Law School Admissions Test on Saturday and Monday, the last chance for many to get scores they need to submit to law schools for admittance into the Class of 2014. Five years from ...Read More »