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Federal Practice Series Episode 2: Serving Process in Federal Court

By: Meighan Burton Once a plaintiff has filed her complaint in federal court, the next step is to request a Writ Read More >>

Filing a Lawsuit in Federal Court

By: Marc A. Campsen The first question facing an attorney after determining to file a lawsuit is: where to file Read More >>

Womens’ History Month: The Women of Law

Fictional character Elle Woods from Legally Blonde is not the only female attorney to whom practicing women attorneys owe their Read More >>

Maryland Benefit Corporations

By James W. Constable, Esq.  2013 It is self-evident that owners of for-profit businesses attempt to generate the greatest possible Read More >>

A Star-Spangled Spectacular: Spotlight on a Local Lawyer

By Meighan Burton Most Baltimore residents (and Americans alike) are well aware that our National Anthem, “The Star Spangled Banner,” Read More >>

Nautical Tourism to Mexico Dealt a Major Setback

Mexican customs authorities are cracking down on foreign privately owned vessels in their marinas to ensure proper documentation.   By Read More >>

Courts Uphold Freedom of Contract Principles

Posted from the Baltimore Barrister with permission from the Bar Association of Baltimore City. Two recent decisions, one from the Read More >>

Smooth Sailing for Businesses

Good sailing is not so much about good conditions as it is about good planning.  Ideal weather conditions obviously make Read More >>

Sizing Up The Competition: Maryland Public Information Act

The Maryland Public Information Act provides the general public with access to government procurement records. Losing a government contract to Read More >>

Real Estate Power of Attorney

Power of Attorney documents can be used in specific situations, such as real estate transactions. A Power of Attorney (POA) Read More >>