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Lawyer to get day in court against his longtime landlord

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.

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Lessman Katz joins Gordon, Feinblatt

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 ...

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First Baltimore: Will Prince George’s be next?

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 ...

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Groups mark role of bar in perpetuating, eliminating slavery

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 ...

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