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Maryland Man Guilty of Grossly Negligent Manslaughter After Head-On Crash

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A Maryland man faces sentencing for grossly negligent manslaughter after causing a deadly head-on car accident, according to an article by Fox Baltimore. The accident in question occurred in April 2016. At that time, police officers attempted to stop the man for speeding. But the man decided to take off instead, with the police… Read More »

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Mediation: What are you looking for?

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by Cecilia B. Paizs Almost since mediation became a process, there has been debate over how a mediator should conduct the mediation process. Most of the literature indicates that mediators tend to follow either a bargaining style of mediation or a therapeutic style of mediation. It is helpful to understand the differences between the… Read More »

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Is Your Arbitration Agreement Enforceable?

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Posted on: April 6, 2017 By: Andrew Sniegowski Health care providers may favor arbitration due to the perception that it is a faster, less expensive alternative to litigation. State and federal policy favors arbitration for the same reasons. Because of the strong public policy favoring arbitration, doubts as to whether a case is subject… Read More »

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Statewide Accounting of Untested Sexual Assault Evidence Kits

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To better protect victims of sexual assault, the Office of Attorney General recommends presumptive testing of all sexual assault kits, victim notification of test results, and retention of kits until the statute of limitations has run. In response to a nationwide effort to address a backlog of untested kits, the Maryland General Assembly last… Read More »

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Concern over Effect of Unpredictable Schedules on Workers; Seek Information about Companies’ Use of Scheduling Practice

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Baltimore, MD (April 13, 2016) –– Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh announced that his office has joined attorneys general from seven other states and the District of Columbia seeking information from national retailers about their use of ‘on-call’ shifts, a practice in which workers must call their employer an hour or two before their… Read More »

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Driverless Cars: Should Accident Injury Lawyers Be Worried?

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Charles Toutant, New Jersey Law Journal Research into cars that drive themselves appears to be heading into the fast lane, carrying with it the promise of fewer deaths and injuries from car accidents. That could also mean fewer cases for attorneys who handle automotive injury litigation, but opinions differ on how much of a… Read More »

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The Few Ways Your Cellphone Could Get You Into Legal Trouble

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Most people would agree that the computer is the most revolutionary technology in the workplace since maybe the printer, maybe even ever. But those people are only half right. A computer has indeed changed the way the workplace functions, but it’s not that hulking monstrosity from the 1980s that required an entire server room… Read More »

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Montgomery County, Maryland “Bans the Box”

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Montgomery County, Maryland is the latest jurisdiction to “ban the box” by prohibiting private employers from making criminal inquiries on the initial employment application. Montgomery’s new law takes effect on January 1, 2015 and applies to employers with 15 or more full-time employees in the County. The law covers applicants seeking paid employment or… Read More »

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Maryland v. Wynne: Sammy Sosa’s Revenge? re: State and Local Tax

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Written by David Hughes, HMB Law, 11/4/2014 Some have called it the most important state and local tax case that the United States Supreme Court has heard in 20 years. The case is Maryland v. Wynne and it concerns the extent to which a state must provide credits for taxes paid to other states…. Read More »

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