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Mar 20, 2020

Researcher uses legal technology to increase access to justice

Legal technology was not a career path when Matthew Stubenberg graduated from law school in 2013, but his interest in computers and coding -- combined with a growing recognition that computers could help increase access to justice -- have landed him in the burgeoning industry.

Aug 31, 2012

Jacobs joins Building STEPS

Elisabeth Jacobs has joined Building STEPS as program coordinator.

Jun 7, 2012

Back to the beach for the MSBA’s Annual Meeting

As I’ve written in early June the last two years, it’s once again time for the MSBA Annual Meeting in Ocean City. While many of the events remain the same (Welcome Reception, President’s Reception, New Judges Meet-and-Greet), this unofficial start of summer always provides new and entertaining programming for all attendees. Topics that will be […]

Feb 7, 2012

Davenport and Deise join GKV Communications

Diane Davenport joins GKV as an interactive project manager. She will be responsible for overseeing and coordinating interactive design and programming projects for clients, such PANDORA Jewelry, About Faces Day Spa and Salon, CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield, Living Legacy Foundation, Martek/DSM, Maryland Lottery, Maryland Physicians Care and several Snyder’s-Lance brands. Prior to joining GKV, D[...]

Dec 8, 2011

The true benefit of bar membership

To say that I am active in bar associations would be an understatement. I’m a bar junkie. I know it. I enjoy going to bar association meetings. I like meeting other attorneys (especially when they are not opposing counsel to a case). I have fun at the MSBA Annual Meeting and look forward to a […]

Jan 18, 2011

Comcast wins FCC approval to take over NBC

WASHINGTON — The Federal Communications Commission is giving Comcast, the largest U.S. cable company, the green light to take over NBC Universal, home of the NBC television network. The deal is still awaiting Justice Department approval, which is expected later Tuesday. With the deal certain to transform the entertainment industry landscape, regulators are attaching conditions […]

Nov 16, 2010

E-mail’s lowly ‘@’ so much more around the world

The squiggly little “at” symbol that makes our e-mail go is more colorful in translation. It’s an elephant’s trunk in Sweden. A monkey in Serbia — and a more, ahem, delicate part of the monkey in Holland. It’s a snail in Korea, a little mouse in Taiwan. In any language, it’s come a long way […]

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