Vignarajah and Scott receive most campaign contributions from lawyersRead More »
Venable LLP has selected Stacie Tobin to serve as the new partner-in-charge of its Baltimore office, the firm announced Monday. Tobin, who has spent seven years at Venable as a commercial litigation attorney, has practiced locally since 1992, when she ...Read More »
When Nan Zhang decided to grow her company out of her alma mater, Johns Hopkins University, she knew to handle the science but not the business side. Zhang is the CEO and founder of Vision Interchange, an online trading platform ...Read More »
Six teams are vying to become an independent monitor over police reforms in Baltimore. The Baltimore Sun reports that the six teams were chosen as finalists from a list of more than two dozen applicants for the job. The team selected will ...
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An attorney for indigent people said Maryland’s top court should immediately implement its landmark decision that they have a right to counsel at initial bail hearings, while a lawyer for the state urged a delay at least until the start of the fiscal year on July1.Read More »
Mitchell Y. Mirviss, a prominent appellate attorney and a pro bono advocate whose cases have set new standards in state and federal courts — including the U.S. Supreme Court — will take on a new challenge on Jan. 1 when he becomes partner-in-charge of Venable LLP’s Rockville office.Read More »
Both sides in a closely watched lawsuit over alleged pollution of a Chesapeake Bay tributary by a Berlin-based farmer and Perdue Farms Inc. have wrapped up their cases in U.S. District Court in Baltimore — but the verdict will not be in for more than a month.Read More »