Emily Levenson Has Been Selected for a 2017 Leading Women Award

Emily Levenson was selected by The Daily Record to receive one of the 2017 Leading Women awards, presented to women 40 years of age or younger for the accomplishments they have made so far in their careers.
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Maryland Hunters Face Tougher Penalties for Violating Hunting Laws

Maryland hunters should be aware of new, tougher penalties for violating hunting laws that might not have been on their radar when they became effective months ago.  These changes in the law significantly raise the stakes for those accused of common hunting violations such as baiting, shooting over a limit, and accidentally shooting a protected animal.
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Fraud and False Claims in Medical Residency and Fellowship Programs

Residents, fellows, and attendings can play a vital (and potentially lucrative) role in preventing their programs from defrauding state and federal medical benefit programs by pursuing False Claim Act actions with the assistance of counsel.
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Maryland Tenants File Class Action Against Westminster Management to Stop Illegal Fee Collection Practices

Two Maryland residents filed a class action lawsuit challenging Westminster Management, LLC’s alleged practice of charging its tenants excessive, illegal fees.
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Brooke Lierman Has Been Selected For an Aspen Institute-Rodel Fellowship

We are proud to announce that Brooke Lierman, Of Counsel to Brown, Goldstein & Levy and Maryland State Delegate for District 46, has been selected for the 2017 Aspen Institute’s Rodel Fellowships in Public Leadership program.
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Anthony May

Anthony May Associate Profile Anthony May joined Brown, Goldstein & Levy in September 2017. Prior to joining the firm as an associate, Anthony was the Francis D. Murnaghan Appellate Advocacy Fellow at The Public Justice Center, where he represented indigent clients, authored amicus briefs, and argued in the United States Court of Appeals for the
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School Sexual Misconduct Proceedings

School Sexual Misconduct Proceedings Brown, Goldstein & Levy advocates for fairness in school sexual misconduct proceedings. What is Title IX? Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972 (Title IX) is the primary federal civil rights law that prohibits sex discrimination in educational institutions. All public and private elementary and secondary schools, school districts, colleges
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The NFB and Two Blind Individuals File Lawsuit Against SSA for Lack of Accessible Kiosks

The National Federation of the Blind and two blind individuals who receive Social Security benefits filed a federal lawsuit against the Social Security Administration (SSA) for its failure to make its Visitor Intake Processing touchscreen kiosks accessible to its blind visitors
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Vending Machines and Websites – A False Equivalency

Eve discusses the ongoing question of whether websites are covered by Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
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When Is It Time to Seek Counsel?

Sharon Krevor-Weisbaum, managing partner of Baltimore law firm Brown, Goldstein & Levy, discusses how parents can work with special education lawyers to achieve a positive outcome.
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