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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Class-action Lawsuit Over Md. ‘Piggyback Tax’ Dismissed

Andy Levy, representing a class of Maryland taxpayers who sued in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court striking down the state’s “piggyback tax,” said his clients plan to appeal a Baltimore judge’s dismissal of the $38 million lawsuit.
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New Accessibility Features Coming to PrestoPrime EMV System

E la Carte partners with the National Federation of the Blind and LightHouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired of San Francisco to produce a text-to-speech capability for the PrestoPrime EMV System that will be incorporated into all current and future Presto tablets at Applebee’s® Neighborhood Grill + Bar.
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Brown, Goldstein & Levy Names Emily Levenson New Partner

Brown, Goldstein & Levy is proud to announce that Emily L. Levenson is now a partner at the firm.
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Sheltered Workshop and Honda of America Manufacturing Sued for Disability Discrimination

Lawsuit against Honda is one of the first of its kind to be brought for aiding and abetting a sheltered workshop’s discrimination. 
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Sixteen Brown, Goldstein & Levy Attorneys Listed in 2018 Super Lawyers

Ten BGL attorney have been selected to the 2018 Maryland and Washington, DC Super Lawyers lists and six have been chosen for inclusion on the 2018 Maryland Rising Stars list. Andrew D. Freeman, Daniel F. Goldstein, Andrew D. Levy, and Joshua R. Treem are listed in Top 100 Maryland Super Lawyers 2018; Dana W. McKee is listed in Top 50 Women Maryland Super Lawyers 2018; and Andrew D. Levy is listed in the Top 10 Maryland Super Lawyers 2018. 
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The School-to-Prison Pipeline at the Intersection of Race and Disability

Of the 60,000 students arrested in school in 2013-14, almost 16,000 (27%) were students with disabilities and over 20,000 (34%) were African-American. Eve Hill testified before the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights about the school-to-prison pipeline at the intersection of race and disability.
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A Night of Tribute to Dan Goldstein as He Prepares to Retire

As Dan Goldstein, co-founder of the law firm of Brown, Goldstein & Levy, prepares to retire, the firm and many of his colleagues, family, friends, and clients honored him at a party at the National Federation of the Blind on November 9, 2017.
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Kobie Flowers Selected as One of Washington, D.C.’s Top Lawyers by Washingtonian Magazine

Brown, Goldstein & Levy is proud to announce that partner Kobie Flowers has been selected for Washingtonian’s 2017 Top Lawyers list in the Criminal Defense category.
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Kobie Flowers Elected to the Board of Directors of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers

The National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL) announced that Kobie Flowers was elected to its Board of Directors at the Association’s fall meeting.
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