Judge Rejects Baltimore Police Officers’ and Department’s Attempts to Dismiss Wrongful Conviction Lawsuit in Drug-Planting Case

Federal judge issued opinion allowing a lawsuit alleging that Baltimore Police Department officers planted drugs on two innocent men to move forward.
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Blind Woman Files Employment Discrimination Suit against Amazon.com

Ms. Murad tried to apply for a virtual customer service position with Amazon but could not complete the online assessment on Amazon’s proprietary customer service platform because the platform is inaccessible.
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Eight BGL Attorneys Recognized in the 2020 Issue of The Best Lawyers® in America and Three Named “Lawyer of the Year”

We are proud to announce that eight Brown, Goldstein & Levy attorneys were recognized in the 2020 edition of Best Lawyers in America.  
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Blind Hoosiers File Lawsuit Against the Indiana Division of Family Resources

National Federation of the Blind Also Joins Litigation Reviewing and selecting insurance and benefits are important processes that should be personal and private. For Christopher and Sarah Meyer, siblings who are blind, the print-only benefits communications they received from the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration (FSSA), its Division of Family Resources (DFR), and their
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Maryland Voters Sue to Protect Secret Ballots

National Federation of the Blind and its Maryland Affiliate Also Parties to Litigation The National Federation of the Blind, its Maryland affiliate, and three blind registered Maryland voters – Marie Cobb, Ruth Sager, and Joel Zimba – are suing the Maryland State Board of Elections. The suit alleges that the Board of Elections is violating
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Blind Taxpayers Sue the IRS

Three blind taxpayers along with the National Federation of the Blind, are suing the IRS for not providing notices in alternative formats such as Braille, large print, electronic documents, or audio.
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Judge Denies Bank of America’s Motion to Dismiss in Critical Fair Housing Lawsuit

The lawsuit alleged that Bank of America and Safeguard intentionally failed to provide routine exterior maintenance and marketing at Bank of America-owned homes in African-American and Latino neighborhoods in 37 metropolitan areas, while they consistently maintained similar bank-owned homes in comparable White neighborhoods.
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Maryland Settles Discrimination Case by Blind Inmates for $1.4 Million

Nine current and former Maryland prison inmates have settled their discrimination lawsuit, Brown v. Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services, for $1.4 million in damages and attorneys’ fees.
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Six Brown Goldstein Levy Attorneys Selected for Lawdragon’s 500 Leading Plaintiff Employment Lawyers Guide

Six attorneys from Brown Goldstein Levy were listed in the 2019 Lawdragon 500 Leading Plaintiff Employment Lawyers. This published listing recognizes lawyers nationwide who have dedicated their careers to protecting workers and unions. The selection recognizes achievements in cases involving discrimination, wage and hour violations, and whistleblowers, as well as individual employment claims, and other
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Maryland Carey Law’s Board of Visitors Elects Sharon Krevor-Weisbaum as New Member

The University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law announced the election of seven new members to its Board of Visitors (BOV).  The 43-member Board is a collaborative forum and professional resource providing insight and support to the Dean on a range of issues critical to the continued growth and success of the Law School.  The Board functions as an advisory body with a strong professional and philanthropic commitment to the Law School and as an important liaison to the legal and business communities. 
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