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By Nicole Fuller, The Baltimore Sun | November 10, 2010
Lawyers for Anne Arundel County Executive John R. Leopold have asked a federal judge to impose fines on the lawyer representing a former county employee who filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against Leopold. County Attorney Jonathan Hodgson filed the motion on Nov. 3, asking the court to penalize attorney John M. Singleton, for making allegations without "substantial basis in fact" against Leopold in September in an amended complaint to the lawsuit. Singleton represents former county employee Karla R. Hamner, who initially filed the $10 million suit against Leopold in August, claiming sexual harassment, gender discrimination and workplace retaliation.
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By Claudia Diamond | November 7, 2013
Last week, more than 1,500 people - most of them recent law school graduates - found out whether they passed the Maryland Bar Examination, a grueling, two-day test designed to assess the taker's readiness to enter the marketplace and become your lawyer. Despite a decrease in law school applications nationwide and increasing concerns that the United States has too many lawyers, most test takers - about 80 percent - passed the Maryland bar exam given in July. Barring any issues that cast doubt on their "character and fitness" to be a lawyer, these successful test takers will be sworn in before the Court of Appeals of Maryland in January.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | June 21, 2012
Fred M. Gloth Jr., a retired lawyer who enjoyed sailing the Chesapeake Bay and Atlantic Ocean, died June 15 of a cardiac arrest at his Finksburg home. He was 86. The son of a businessman and a homemaker, Fred Michael Gloth Jr. was born in Baltimore and raised in Relay. He was a graduate of Baltimore County public schools. During World War II, he served with the Air Force as a pilot in the European Theater. After earning his law degree from the University of Baltimore, Mr. Gloth worked for more than 40 years as vice president of the legal department and general counsel for Blue Cross Blue Shield of Maryland.
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By ANDREI CODRESCU | October 21, 1991
New Orleans -- After hearing me talk for an hour, Alan Berg said, ''Enough already, namedrops keep falling on my head . . . Maybe you know famous poets but I had dinner with Barbie's lawyer!''I wasn't aware that Barbie was in court but that's just where she is. She went to court over a new doll called Miss America which is fashioned after Miss America. Arthur J. Levine, Barbie's lawyer, claims Miss America ripped off Barbie's head. Mattel, Barbie's manufacturer, says it copyrighted Barbie's QUOTE look compliant joy UNQUOTE.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun and Baltimore Sun reporter | February 7, 2011
Solomon S. "Sol" Goldberg, a retired lawyer who had been deputy chief judge advocate of the Army's Test and Evaluation Command at Aberdeen Proving Ground, died Jan. 31 of undetermined causes at Upper Chesapeake Medical Center in Bel Air. He was 89. Mr. Goldberg, the son of a grocer and a homemaker, was born and raised in Brooklyn, N.Y. He was a graduate of city public schools. He had completed his pre-law training and his first year of law school at St. John's University in New York City when he was drafted into the Army in 1942.
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By Scott Dance and Justin George and The Baltimore Sun | September 18, 2014
The widow of Baltimore author Tom Clancy is battling her late husband's lawyer over $6 million in taxes she says she shouldn't owe on her share of Clancy's $82 million estate, which includes a World War II tank, a $65 million stake in the Orioles and a mansion on the Chesapeake Bay. Alexandra Clancy is seeking to oust Baltimore lawyer J.W. Thompson "Topper" Webb as executor of Tom Clancy's will, accusing Webb of a mistake that adds unnecessarily to...
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By Ian Duncan, The Baltimore Sun | May 14, 2013
As the alleged leader of the Black Guerrilla Family gang at the Baltimore jail, Tavon White could get access to pretty much whatever he wanted, according to federal prosecutors: drugs, phones, money and sex. But he is now being held under more straightened circumstances at a state prison in Cumberland, according to his attorney, who is asking a judge to reconsider the conditions of his detention. β€œThe totality of his belongings were as follows: a jump suit, one pair of underwear, shower sandals, a sheet for the bed. Period,” the lawyer, Gary E. Proctor, wrote in a court filing.
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By Tricia Bishop, The Baltimore Sun | August 10, 2010
Dajuan Marshall's convictions Monday for murder and gang participation β€” the first under a 2007 state law β€” could be thrown out because of juror misconduct, his lawyer said Tuesday. Defense attorney Roland Walker plans to ask for a mistrial during a hearing Thursday in Baltimore Circuit Court. The proceeding was scheduled after a juror told the judge that at least one jury member had Googled Marshall's background during the trial. The woman also said members of the jury lost relatives to homicide, which was never properly disclosed during the selection process, according to Walker.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun and Baltimore Sun reporter | September 7, 2011
Thomas W. Brundige III, a retired lawyer and decorated World War II veteran, died Aug. 31 of respiratory failure at Keswick Multi-Care Center in Baltimore. The former longtime Stevenson resident was 90. The son of a lawyer and a homemaker, Thomas Worthington Brundige III was born in Baltimore and raised on Winston Avenue in Govans. After graduating from City College in 1938, he enrolled at the Johns Hopkins University, where he earned a bachelor's degree in 1942. While at Hopkins, he completed reserve officers training, was commissioned a second lieutenant and entered the Army.
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