July 2013 Divorce eNewsletter

Articles on divorce – The Shock of Divorce, Your Life After Divorce, How to Evaluate an Attorney, Steering Clear of Financial Landmines, moving on.
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Monthly Divorce eNewsletter

The monthly Divorce eNewsletter contains articles on different aspects of divorce and custody.
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May 2013 Divorce eNewsletter

The monthly Divorce eNewsletter contains five articles on different aspects of divorce and custody – serious dating; copying with an emotional divorce; family mediation; selecting your professional divorce team; and taxes.
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April 2013 Divorce eNewsletter

Articles on shared parenting; building a happy healthy life together; not getting hung up on fairness; children’s best interst; and top six tips to avoid financial disaster.
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Brown, Goldstein & Levy, LLP Ranked in 2014 “Best Law Firms”

Brown, Goldstein & Levy was ranked Tier 1 in ten areas in the 2014 “Best Law Firms” list by U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers®.
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African-American “Hooters Girl” Sues After Being Fired for “Unnatural” Hair Color

Jessie Weber is representing Farryn Johnson, a former employee of the Harborplace Hooters restaurant, who filed a charge of discrimination against Hooters for applying a different and more restrictive set of rules regarding hair styling for African-American women than for women of other races.
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Parents Sue Over Death of Man With Down Syndrome

Joseph B. Espo and Sharon Krevor-Weisbaum filed a lawsuit on behalf of the parents of Robert Ethan Saylor, a man with developmental disabilities who died as a result of being handcuffed and restrained by three off-duty Frederick County Sheriff’s Deputies.
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Actos trial set for Maryland

Stu Simms is co-counsel, representing the family, in a $10 million wrongful death lawsuit against the maker of the prescription diabetes medication Actos.
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Court explains ruling on splitting stent cases

Andy Levy successfully convinced Maryland’s highest court, the Court of Appeals, that Baltimore County’s chief judge overstepped his authority by reversing another judge’s decision in the Mark Midei/St. Joseph Medical Center stent litigation.
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