2017 Maryland Super Lawyers Magazine Features Joshua Treem

Maryland 2017 Super Lawyers magazine features Joshua Treem on the cover and in an article entitled “The Untouchables.”
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Brown, Goldstein & Levy Names Jessie Weber New Partner

Jessie’s practice focuses on civil litigation, with an emphasis on cases involving LGBT rights, disability rights, civil rights, wage and hour violations, and appeals.
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Prenup, plz

Dana W. McKee, Brown, Goldstein & Levy’s family law partner, said within the last year she’s seen a noticeable uptick among young clients, many of whom are in their early 30s, requesting prenups.
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African-American Guests File Suit Alleging Racial Discrimination by Camp Springs Quality Inn

Camp Springs Quality Inn staff targeted black guests and demanded their breakfast tickets, while ignoring white and Asian patrons.
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All Brown, Goldstein & Levy Partners Listed in 2017 Super Lawyers

We are proud to announce that all of the partners at BGL have been selected to the 2017 Maryland and Washington, DC Super Lawyers lists and three associates have been chosen for inclusion on the 2017 Super Lawyers‘ Maryland Rising Stars list.
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Sharon Krevor-Weisbaum Attends Equal Justice Council’s Managing Partners Meeting

Sharon Krevor-Weisbaum, Brown, Goldstein & Levy’s managing partner, attended the Equal Justice Council’s 10th annual managing partners meeting. The Managing Partners Meeting brings together leaders of Maryland’s legal community.
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Brown, Goldstein & Levy Ranked in 2017 “Best Law Firms”

U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers ranked BGL in 11 categories in its “Best Law Firms” Metropolitan list and 3 categories in its National list.
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Family is Important!

Brown, Goldstein & Levy knows how important family is. When we represent you and your loved ones, we take the same care as we would for our own families.
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Good news for those with an upcoming divorce!

As of October 1, 2016, a corroborating witness is no longer needed to obtain a divorce in Maryland.
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Blind Student and US DOJ Resolve Miami University of Ohio Discrimination Case

Attorneys for Aleeha Dudley have reached an agreement with Miami University after the school failed to provide Ms. Dudley with equal and meaningful access to her curriculum to help her attain educational success as a blind student studying zoology.
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