The most important considerations for choosing a new office vary with the degree to which a small firm is established, said Sonya Smith-Valentine.Read More »
Thomas M. Meachum, with Carney, Kelehan, Bresler, Bennett and Scherr LLP, a general-practice law firm headquartered in Columbia, joined the board of the Pro Bono Resource Center of Maryland ...
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Thomas M. Meachum, of with Carney, Kelehan, Bresler, Bennett and Scherr LLP, a general-practice law firm in Columbia, has joined the board of the Pro Bono Resource Center of Maryland ...
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I was flattered to hear that my blogging had been used as an example — thankfully a “how to,” not a “how not to” example — during a presentation at the Professional Development Consortium’s Summer Conference that addressed ...
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My time with Generation J.D. started about a year ago and coincided with the beginning of my chairmanship of the Maryland State Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Section. I’m so grateful for the opportunity this blog as given to me to ...Read More »
William E. Carlson, president of Shapiro Sher Guinot & Sandler and head of the firm’s business department, has been elected chairman of the Maryland State Bar Association’s Section of Business Law. He will serve a one-year term.Read More »
With about $21.4 million earned by Maryland’s top legislative lobbyists, there’s quite a bit that I couldn’t fit into a story about those earnings in Thursday’s paper. According to records published by the State Ethics Commission, 169 companies and organizations ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — With plans to hold a special General Assembly session in July on life support, a task force studying a ruling by Maryland’s high court that imposes strict liability on pit bull owners and their landlords has slowed its ...Read More »
In a party room piled high with swag for the taking, the one empty table belonged to the host. And that was a good thing. The host was the Maryland State Bar Association, and its table was bare because it ...Read More »
Maryland Court of Special Appeals Judge Michele D. Hotten has received the 2012 James H. Taylor Award from the Prince George’s County Bar Association “for her years of dedication and commitment to the law, the courts and the community.” Hotten ...Read More »