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The former chief operating officer for the Montgomery County Department of Economic Development who admitted to embezzling $6.7 million in county funds was... [Read More]
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The former chief operating officer for the Montgomery County Department of Economic Development who admitted to embezzling $6.7 million in county funds was... [Read More]
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A bill to repeal the crime of adultery passed the Maryland House of Delegates for the second straight year and will head to the Senate... [Read More]
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House of Delegates passes legislation to decriminalize attempted suicide; legislative debate shifts to Senate. [Read More]
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Eye on Annapolis The Daily Record's Maryland state government blog... [Read More]
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Senator invokes famous Supreme Court decision in support of short piece of legislation. [Read More]
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Eye on Annapolis The Daily Record's Maryland state government blog... [Read More]
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Baltimore firm seeks sophisticated executive legal assistant with min 5 yrs litigation exp. [Read More]
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Attempted suicide is evidence of a mental-health problem to be treated not a common-law crime to be punished, state senator says. [Read More]
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Eye on Annapolis The Daily Record's Maryland state government blog... [Read More]
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Eye on Annapolis The Daily Record's Maryland state government blog... [Read More]
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A federal judge in Greenbelt will oversee centralized pretrial proceedings in dozens of lawsuits against Marriott International Inc. over a massive data breach... [Read More]
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Supreme Court deals death knell for Maryland law aimed at preventing unwarranted price increases of generic drugs. [Read More]
Busy Award-Winning Anne Arundel County Law Office has an immediate opening for an Associate Attorney. [Read More]
Choosing between public and private education for your child can be one of the hardest decisions a parent has to make. But for Dr. Donna... [Read More]
Technology in schools used to mean students performed tasks on a comput­er in a computer lab during a lesson, but in this digital age where... [Read More]
Maryland is home to nearly 900 private schools, many of which are award-winning educational institutions. With an array of options, parents looking for a private... [Read More]
Solo and small-firm practitioners continue to view large law firms in downtown Baltimore as a different universe from what they face in their offices across... [Read More]
Pensioners in Baltimore County received great news this week – to go with some more money, eventually — via the U.S. 4th Circuit Court of... [Read More]
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