Law Digest – Maryland Court of Appeals and 4th US Circuit Court of Appeals – Nov. 24, 2017

Court of Appeals  Professional Responsibility, Disbarment: Disbarment was the appropriate sanction for attorney whose violations of the Maryland Lawyers’ Rules of Professional stemmed from falsifying and failing to file tax forms for multiple years; intentionally misrepresenting to his government employer the existence of, and earnings from, his private law practice and job as a personal …

from http://thedailyrecord.com/2017/11/23/law-digest-maryland-court-of-appeals-and-4th-us-circuit-court-of-appeals-nov-24-2017/

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Md. appeals court: Emails in condo association spat not defamatory

The founding partner of a Baltimore law firm, in his role as president of his condominium association, did not defame neighbors in two emails after their home was burglarized, Maryland’s intermediate appellate court has held. Benjamin Rosenberg was alleged by Brian Shulman to have defamed Shulman and his wife, Dorianne Feldman, by writing the couple …

from http://thedailyrecord.com/2017/11/23/condo-association-defamation/

PSA hosts Anatomy of a Cyber Nightmare seminar

A panel of expert “pathologists” helped guide a roomful of human resources and risk management professionals through the sometimes scary world of cyber security during the Halloween-themed Anatomy of a Cyber Nightmare seminar Oct. 31 at the PSA Learning Center in Hunt Valley. The panelists, which included Christopher Ensey, the chief operating officer of Dunbar …

from http://thedailyrecord.com/2017/11/22/psa-hosts-anatomy-of-a-cyber-nightmare-seminar/

Union Craft Brewing releases taproom rendering

  Union Craft Brewing has unveiled renderings of its planned taproom and beer garden at its Union Collective facility. The maker of brews, such as Duckpin Pale Ale, Anthem Golden Ale and Rye-Baby I.P.A., plans to open its new facility at 1700 W. 41st St. in the spring of 2018. The brewery, via its UNION …

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State auditors highlight financial concerns at Baltimore City Community College

The Office of the Attorney General is reviewing a series of purchases at the Baltimore City Community College which drew concerns from state auditors in a recent review. The allegations are part of eight findings by state auditors and another blow to a troubled institution that receives $41 million in annual state funding — more …

from http://thedailyrecord.com/2017/11/22/state-auditors-highlight-financial-concerns-at-baltimore-city-community-college/