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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$1.9 Million Settlement Reached in Death of Disabled Frederick Man

The parents of a man with Down syndrome killed when Frederick County sheriff’s deputies dragged him from his seat in a movie theater have settled their lawsuit for $1.9 million.
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Four Years After a Landmark Settlement in Rhode Island, the Fight for Inclusion Continues

In 2014, the U.S. Department of Justice announced a landmark agreement with the state of Rhode Island to help bring people with intellectual and developmental disabilities out of segregated work settings and into typical jobs in the community at competitive pay.
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Greg Care Selected for 2018 Leadership in Law Award

The Daily Record selected Gregory P. Care to receive the 2018 Leadership in Law Award.
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Preparing Transition-Age Youth with Disabilities for Work

Eve Hill and Regina Kline worked with the Institute for Educational Leadership (IEL) to develop a policy brief for school leaders that provides important information about the changing legal landscape affecting the preparation of youth with disabilities for work.
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I’ve Been Fired From My Residency Program – What Should I Do? Our Top 5 Steps

Medical residents – a dismissal (or suspension, non-renewal, non-promotion, or even probation) threatens the significant investments you have put into your medical career. 
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Brown, Goldstein & Levy Ranked in 2018 “Best Law Firms,” Including Tier 1 Rankings in 10 Practice Areas in the Baltimore Region

Brown, Goldstein & Levy has been ranked in the 2018 “Best Law Firms” list by U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers.
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Shaping the Future

Board Member Stu Simms sees the Baltimore Community Foundation’s future board as increasingly diverse, representing a broader spectrum of Baltimore in terms of gender, race, age, and background.
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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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