Welcome to Monday, a day for honoring those who truly fought to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States. Here are some news items to get the week started.Read More »
Staff members for The Daily Record have won 49 journalism awards and 10 advertising awards in state and national competitions this year. The newspaper’s “Too Big To Fail?” series on the $1.8 billion East Baltimore Development Inc. project took top ...
Tagged with: awards Baltimore Business danny jacobs EBDI jon sham journalism Law maryland maximilian franz melody simmons paper reporters rich dennison staff steve lash The Daily Record tom linthicum winnersRead More »
Like the mills of the gods, the wheels of justice at Maryland’s highest court grind “exceeding slow.” In many instances, too slow for justice. Legal Affairs Writer Steve Lash of this paper reported last week that the average period of ...Read More »
In his June 14 article concerning the legislative audit of the Clerk’s Office at the Circuit Court for Baltimore City, Steve Lash writes a piece that shows a lack of the thorough investigation that is the hallmark of good journalism. ...Read More »
Attorneys have been telling me — on deep background — that they are still waiting for the Maryland Court of Appeals to render decisions in cases they or their law partners argued years ago before the high court. The calls ...Read More »
In a year’s worth of legal news, the most-read story online was only published on our website last week. Other stories that led in 2010 were about a “wrongful birth” lawsuit, whether or not alcohol can create adequate suspicion and ...Read More »
Next month, when lawyers get the letter directing them to report their pro bono activities for the past year, they’ll find a little something extra in the envelope. Included in the mailing will be a flier from the Maryland Judiciary, ...Read More »