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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Group Home Providers for Children with Disabilities Sue St. Bernard Parish and State of Louisiana for Disability Discrimination

Two group homes filed suit in federal court in New Orleans against St. Bernard Parish and the State of Louisiana for discriminating against them and their prospective residents due to the residents’ disabilities. 
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Criminal Justice Reform and Disability – The Overlooked Opportunity

A critical disparity in our criminal justice system – the approximately 2 million people with serious mental illness entering our jails annually – reflects a set of mistaken assumptions and prejudices rampant in our communities.
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Criminal Justice Reform and Disability – The Overlooked Opportunity

A critical disparity in our criminal justice system – the approximately 2 million people with serious mental illness entering our jails annually – reflects a set of mistaken assumptions and prejudices rampant in our communities.
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Sharon Krevor-Weisbaum Participates in Mentoring Monday

Managing Partner Sharon Krevor-Weisbaum participated as a mentor in the Baltimore Business Journal’s Mentoring Monday at the Sheraton North Baltimore Hotel.
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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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Eve Hill

Eve Hill Partner Profile In February 2017, Eve Hill, one of the nation’s leading disability rights attorneys, joined Brown, Goldstein & Levy, where she continues to pursue her devotion to civil rights.  Her wide-ranging experience complements the firm’s dedication to high-impact disability rights cases and its advocacy on behalf of individuals with disabilities and their
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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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