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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Duck Hunters Beware, It is Still Illegal to Hunt Waterfowl with Lead Shot

Please beware that it is still illegal to hunt ducks, geese, coots, and other waterfowl with lead shot.
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The Refusal to Insure Section 8 Properties Has Disparate Impact Consequences

The willingness of insurance providers to issue policies to landlords who accept tenants using Section 8 vouchers is an issue at the intersection of fair housing and the insurance industry that is gaining prominence.
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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 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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Recent Catholic U Grad Files Suit Alleging University Mishandled Rape

Erin Cavalier, a 2016 graduate of the Catholic University of America (CUA), sued her alma mater alleging that CUA badly mishandled its investigation into her rape by a fellow student.
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AG Healey and NFB Announce Agreement to Make Health Care Kiosks Accessible to Blind Consumers

Attorney General Maura Healey (Massachusetts) and the National Federation of the Blind (represented by Dan Goldstein) announced a first-­of-its-­kind agreement with Pursuant Health, Inc. to make its self­-service health care kiosks accessible to blind consumers.
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Andrew Levy Analyzes Not Guilty Verdict In Rice Trial

Andy Levy was interviewed by WJZ TV Reporter Jessica Kartalija regarding the verdict in Lt. Rice’s Trial.
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Massachusetts High Court Allows Medical Resident’s Discrimination Claims to Proceed

One of just a few examples of a resident physician succeeding in reaching a jury with claims of discrimination and breach of contract by a training program.
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