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Should in-house counsel who are bar members in other states have to register with another state bar when they move to a new company?
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OMAHA, Neb. — Billionaire Warren Buffett is optimistic about America’s economic future because the nation has begun to unleash the potential of women. Buffett’s views on the role of women appeared online Thursday in an editorial he wrote for Fortune ...Read More »
Nearly $8 million of Maryland slots money is expected to start flowing to small, women- and minority-owned businesses in May, more than two and a half years after the first casino opened.Read More »
The Daily Record is proud to announce its 2013 Top 100 Women. Since 1996, we’ve recognized more than 1,000 high-achieving Maryland women who are making an impact through their leadership, community service and mentoring. The winners include 19 new inductees ...Read More »
Do you think your company will see an increase in discrimination and wage-and-hour claims?
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NEW YORK — Barbara Kasoff has a message for women business owners: If you don’t like the way government regulations affect your business, stop whining and get involved. The founder of Women Impacting Public Policy, a group that lobbies lawmakers ...Read More »
NEW YORK — Wells Fargo & Co. is reaching out to women small business owners in hopes of achieving a new goal: a total of $55 billion in lending to women-owned companies by 2020. The country’s fourth-largest bank is aiming ...Read More »
Although she spent 14 years on Maryland’s highest court, retired Court of Appeals Judge Irma S. Raker says one of her most memorable decisions came in a sex discrimination case she heard as a Montgomery County circuit judge in 1984.Read More »