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By Blair S. Walker | June 7, 1991
The American Bar Association has entered into an agreement with the University of Maryland School of Law to co-publish the Business Lawyer, a 47-year-old ABA journal with a circulation exceeding 60,000."
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Erica L. Green | September 5, 2012
A local, prominent business law firm announced this week, a five-year, $500,000 commitment to a new funding stream for Baltimore city schools. In celebrating its 25th anniversary, Rosenberg Martin Greenberg LP established the continuing fund--meaning it will be a permanent charitable endowment--through the Baltimore Community Foundation, the longtime stewards of philanthropic, charitable investments in the Baltimore community. The two organizations also announced that two city schools partners--New Leaders for New Schools and Access Art-- would received $12,500 grant awards from the continuing fund.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun and Baltimore Sun reporter | January 23, 2011
Lucy B. Henson, a retired Carroll County Bank and Trust Co. official who earlier had worked for Maryland National Bank, died Jan. 17 of myelodysplastic anemia at her Timonium home. She was 84. Lusitania Benedetto, daughter of Italian immigrant tailors, was born and raised in Wilmington, Del. After graduating from Wilmington High School in 1944, she began her college studies at George Washington University. Deciding she wanted to become a teacher, she transferred to Wilson Teachers College, now the University of the District of Columbia, where she earned her bachelor's degree in 1950.
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By Childs Walker, The Baltimore Sun | March 13, 2012
The Johns Hopkins University and the University of Maryland continue to boast some of the best graduate programs in the country, according to rankings released Tuesday by U.S. News & World Report. The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine rose one spot to a tie for No. 2 with the University of Pennsylvania in the magazine's annual ranking of research-oriented medical programs. The University of Maryland School of Medicine also moved up a spot to No. 37 on the list, which was topped by Harvard.
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By Lorraine Mirabella, The Baltimore Sun | September 7, 2010
University of Maryland business law students will get more hands-on experience and a taste of the corporate world as part of the school's expanding program. Under the direction of two new co-directors, the law school plans to roll out a revamped business law track by fall 2011, starting with some new courses this fall. Business law is one of eight specialized programs at the school, including environmental, intellectual property and health care law. Co-director Michelle Harner said the university had planned to rebuild its business law program even before the recession hit. But the timing — as the job market remains competitive for new attorneys — "does correspond nicely with the increasing needs of students to be more practice-ready," she said.
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By McCLATCHY NEWSPAPERS | November 8, 2007
The consumer has got to be made aware that the high price they are paying does not necessarily reflect supply and demand, but rigged markets by hedge funds and big banks that are profiting greatly from this kind of trading."
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June 14, 2009
Law firm addition The Annapolis law firm of Hyatt & Weber has added Mark Rosasco to its practice. Rosasco focuses on personal injury and medical malpractice law. He is a graduate of Loyola College, earned his law degree from the University of Baltimore School of Law and is a resident of Arnold. Founded in 1979, Hyatt & Weber is a full-service law firm offering a range of legal services in real estate, land use, litigation, business law and related matters to individuals and businesses.
BUSINESS
By LESTER A. PICKER | February 6, 1995
My corporate attorney sent me a copy of the November/December 1994 issue of Business Law Today: The Magazine of the ABA Section of Business Law. Between its covers is a special focus on nonprofits, which should be required reading for all nonprofit attorneys and chairs of nonprofit boards of directors.The lead article, titled "A Job Description for Directors," is designed for attorneys counseling nonprofit boards of directors. Author Lisa Runquist does a very credible job of summarizing the legal concerns specific to nonprofit corporations and, more specifically, its board.
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February 13, 2012
Students from Catonsville and Lansdowne high schools and Western School of Technology and Environmental Science were among the 161 from19 Baltimore County public schools whose scores at a regional competition qualified them for the statewide Future Business Leaders of America conference in Hunt Valley in April. During the Feb 1 regional competition at Dundalk High School, 263 students participated in online events, such as accounting, business law, cyber security and global business; and 89 participated in performance events, including business ethics, public speaking, emerging business issues and client service.
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By Larry Carson, The Baltimore Sun | April 25, 2011
A $30 million donation to the University of Maryland School of Law — the largest gift the school has ever received — will help boost the nearly 200-year-old institution into national prominence, professors, students and alumni say. The gift from the W.P. Carey Foundation, run by a family with long mercantile and legal roots in Baltimore and Maryland, was announced Monday in the school's packed atrium, which was festooned with scores of colorful...
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February 13, 2012
Students from Catonsville and Lansdowne high schools and Western School of Technology and Environmental Science were among the 161 from19 Baltimore County public schools whose scores at a regional competition qualified them for the statewide Future Business Leaders of America conference in Hunt Valley in April. During the Feb 1 regional competition at Dundalk High School, 263 students participated in online events, such as accounting, business law, cyber security and global business; and 89 participated in performance events, including business ethics, public speaking, emerging business issues and client service.
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By Larry Carson, The Baltimore Sun | April 25, 2011
A $30 million donation to the University of Maryland School of Law — the largest gift the school has ever received — will help boost the nearly 200-year-old institution into national prominence, professors, students and alumni say. The gift from the W.P. Carey Foundation, run by a family with long mercantile and legal roots in Baltimore and Maryland, was announced Monday in the school's packed atrium, which was festooned with scores of colorful...
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | February 15, 2011
Robert G. Hutter, a lawyer and retired college professor, died Feb. 5 of renal failure at St. James Hospital in Hornell, N.Y. The former Hunting Ridge resident was 62. Mr. Hutter, the son of a quality control engineer and a homemaker, was born in Cleveland and raised in Homeland, Parkville and Hunting Ridge. After graduating from the Polytechnic Institute in 1965, he earned a bachelor's degree in chemical engineering in 1969 from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun and Baltimore Sun reporter | January 23, 2011
Lucy B. Henson, a retired Carroll County Bank and Trust Co. official who earlier had worked for Maryland National Bank, died Jan. 17 of myelodysplastic anemia at her Timonium home. She was 84. Lusitania Benedetto, daughter of Italian immigrant tailors, was born and raised in Wilmington, Del. After graduating from Wilmington High School in 1944, she began her college studies at George Washington University. Deciding she wanted to become a teacher, she transferred to Wilson Teachers College, now the University of the District of Columbia, where she earned her bachelor's degree in 1950.
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By Andrea F. Siegel, The Baltimore Sun | November 5, 2010
Incumbent Anne Arundel County State's Attorney Frank Weathersbee appears to have won a sixth term in a tight contest, after an absentee ballot count increased his lead Friday over his Republican opponent. "I think we won, yes," Weathersbee said Friday night. The additional ballots widened the Democrat's lead over attorney Eric Grannon, who practices mostly antitrust and business law, to 3 percent of the vote from 2 percent. Late-arriving absentee ballots as well as provisional ballots have yet to be counted.
BUSINESS
By Lorraine Mirabella, The Baltimore Sun | September 7, 2010
University of Maryland business law students will get more hands-on experience and a taste of the corporate world as part of the school's expanding program. Under the direction of two new co-directors, the law school plans to roll out a revamped business law track by fall 2011, starting with some new courses this fall. Business law is one of eight specialized programs at the school, including environmental, intellectual property and health care law. Co-director Michelle Harner said the university had planned to rebuild its business law program even before the recession hit. But the timing — as the job market remains competitive for new attorneys — "does correspond nicely with the increasing needs of students to be more practice-ready," she said.
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June 4, 2001
Verizon manager named a Md. Top 100 Woman Donora "Donni" L. Dingman, area manager of external affairs for Verizon Maryland, has been named one of Maryland's Top 100 Women by The Daily Record, a Baltimore business and legal publication. The award recognizes contributions of women who have achieved professional success that improve the quality of life in their communities and who are involved in mentoring a younger generation of future business professionals. Dingman, of Columbia, has earned the award three times.
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