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Tag Archives: Venable

Law movers: 5/16/11

Kenneth L. Thompson has joined Venable as a partner in the firm’s Baltimore office. He arrives from the Baltimore office of DLA Piper, where he was also a partner. Thompson’s trial background spans commercial, product and white-collar matters, nationally and ...

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Week in review: 1/21/2011

Sponsors ensure MLK Day parade Monday’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day parade was made possible by securing sponsorships, a feat that not all of Baltimore’s parades and events have been able to do. This year, the 11th annual parade down Martin ...

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On the Move, 12/13: Cheatham, Gordon among first winners of Baldwin Medals for Civil Rights

Fifteen Marylanders have been chosen to receive the first James Baldwin Medals for Civil Rights at a ceremony Jan. 27 at Baltimore City Hall: Marvin Cheatham will receive the James Baldwin Civil Rights Award for Lifetime Achievement and attorney J. ...

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Updates on Sheryl Robinson Wood

We’ve got some updates to share on the Sheryl Robinson Wood story, courtesy of the two major Detroit newspapers. If you haven’t seen the story, Robinson Wood is a Baltimore Venable lawyer who had been working as an independent monitor ...

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Venable cuts salaries across the board

It was only a matter of time. Our 2009 incoming associate salary chart showed earlier this month that Venable was still planning on paying the current crop of incoming associates–well, the crop that was supposed to start in September but ...

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Venable helps prairie dogs

Were you wondering why Venable was one of the sponsors of the Maryland Zoo‘s new prairie dog habitat? No? Well, I was curious about the firm’s affinity for the critters, so I asked. Here’s the answer from former chairman Ben ...

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Firm postpones start dates for a year

Ballard Spahr is the latest firm to delay first-year associates’ start dates. The incoming class will now start in September of 2010. No, that’s not a typo. Yes, the associates will have to wait a whole year. The firm will ...

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