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News & Publications

"Judge Rules for Thornburg Mortgage in RBC Capital Suit"

08.28.15

The Wall Street Journal and other media outlets report on the latest development in the Thornburg Mortgage bankruptcy case, for which Shapiro Sher's Joel Sher serves as trustee. In this latest development, the court ruled in Mr. Sher's favor, awarding Thornburg $45 million in its suit against RBC Capital. 

"Best Lawyers 2016" selects eight Shapiro Sher attorneys

08.17.15

Eight Shapiro Sher attorneys have been selected by their peers for inclusion in Best Lawyers in America 2016®.  All the firm's core practice areas are represented in the selections.

Esworthy Appointed to Penn State Alumni Association Executive Board

08.07.15

Matthew A.S. Esworthy, a partner at Shapiro Sher Guinot & Sandler, has been appointed to the Executive Board of the Pennsylvania State University Alumni Association,the largest dues-paying organization of its kind in the world, with members in every state in the U.S. and numerous countries. 

Shapiro Sher's Matthew A.S. Esworthy named to ABA Cybersecurity Legal Task Force

07.30.15

Matthew A. S. Esworthy has been named to the American Bar Association Cybersecurity Legal Task Force for the second consecutive year.  He will serve on the Task Force for a one-year term as the sole representative of the ABA’s Criminal Justice Section. 

About Shapiro Sher Guinot & Sandler

When you hire Shapiro Sher Guinot & Sandler, you get an efficient law firm gifted with the ingenuity and foresight that only come with years of hard-fought accomplishment. Corporations, privately-held businesses, and individuals in Maryland and around the country rely on us for experienced representation in business law, bankruptcy, financial restructuring, and litigation.

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