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Ethics panel meets again on Currie

ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland General Assembly’s ethics panel has met again to consider a Prince George’s County senator’s failure to disclose work for a grocery store chain. The Joint Committee on Legislative Ethics met for about two hours on Tuesday. ...

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General Assembly ethics commission holds first meeting

ANNAPOLIS — A new ethics commission in the Maryland General Assembly has held its first meeting to review state ethics policies. The seven-member panel of state senators met Friday to begin discussing what they will be reviewing. They plan to ...

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W. Lawrence Wescott II: Backup tapes in electronic discovery, Part II

My previous column in this series discussed how organizations use backup tapes, and some implications for electronic discovery. This column will look at some representative decisions involving backup tapes in e-discovery. As I mentioned last month, many firms use backup ...

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General Assembly’s ethics panel to consider sanctions on Currie

ANNAPOLIS — State Sen. Ulysses Currie has walked out of federal court a free man, but he could still face sanctions by an ethics panel of fellow lawmakers for failing to disclose work he did for a grocery store chain ...

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Law blog roundup

It’s Monday, and you know what that means… time for some law links from around the world. Businesses are spending more money on in-house lawyers than hiring outside firms, according to an HBR Law Department Survey released this month. Frederick ...

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St. Mary’s Co. attorney agrees to suspension of law license

St. Mary’s County attorney John A. Mattingly Jr. has agreed to a 90-day suspension of his law license imposed by Maryland’s Court of Appeals. Mattingly, who ran for state’s attorney in St. Mary’s and also was acquitted of charges regarding ...

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