Brown, Goldstein & Levy Ranked in 2019 “Best Law Firms,” Including Tier 1 Rankings in 10 Practice Areas in the Baltimore Region

Brown, Goldstein & Levy has been ranked in the 2019 “Best Law Firms” list by U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers.
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Alameda County Will Make Voting More Accessible to the Blind

Alameda County has agreed to take necessary and timely steps to provide equal opportunity for participation by blind voters in the County’s voting program.
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Walmart Sued by Blind Maryland Residents over Self-Service Checkout Kiosks

Suing Walmart under the Americans with Disabilities Act, asking the Maryland federal district court to order the giant retailer to make its self-service checkout kiosks fully accessible to blind shoppers.
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Eve Hill is Selected as an Inductee into the Susan M. Daniels Disability Mentoring Hall of Fame

The Susan M. Daniels Disability Mentoring Hall of Fame honors those individuals who are making a significant difference in the lives of youth and adults with disabilities through mentoring and to raise awareness about the importance of mentoring for individuals with disabilities.
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Public Justice Center Selects Brown, Goldstein & Levy for a 2018 Outstanding Partner Award

The Public Justice Center presented Brown, Goldstein & Levy with a 2018 Outstanding Partner award “for the generous support the firm has shared over the past many years.”
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Mo’s Seafood Restaurants to Pay $1 Million Settlement to Former Employees

Thirty-four former employees settle wage case against Mo’s Seafood Restaurants and its owner, Mohammed Manocheh.
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Jean Zachariasiewicz Selected for 2018 Leading Women Award

Brown, Goldstein & Levy is proud to announce that Jean Zachariasiewicz was selected by The Daily Record to receive one of the 2018 Leading Women awards.
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Wheelchair Users Sue Baltimore Orioles and Maryland Stadium Authority

Three wheelchair users have sued the Baltimore Orioles and the Maryland Stadium Authority alleging widespread accessibility barriers at Oriole Park at Camden Yards.
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National Federation of the Blind Sues US AbilityOne Commission

The National Federation of the Blind filed suit against the US AbilityOne Commission alleging that AbilityOne violated the Administrative Procedure Act and federal grantmaking and contracting laws when it designated the American Foundation for the Blind as a “central nonprofit agency” in the AbilityOne program and signed a long-term agreement with AFB.
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Federal Court Holds that DC Must Provide IDEA Services to DC Residents in Federal Prisons

The District of Columbia is required to provide services under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) to eligible DC residents who are incarcerated in federal facilities.
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