"6 Foolproof Ways to Perfect Your Pitch"

December 06, 2013

Inc. magazine talks to Ron Shapiro about his new book, Perfecting Your Pitch: How to Succeed in Business and in Life by Finding Words That Work.

"High court explains why typos don't matter"

December 04, 2013

Larry S. Gibson is quoted in the Maryland Daily Record about a Maryland Court of Appeals decision regarding zip-code errors on petitions.

Super Lawyers Names SSG&S Top Mid-Size Maryland Law Firm for Business & Transactions

December 03, 2013

​For the third year in a row, Super Lawyers has honored Shapiro Sher Guinot & Sandler as the Top Mid-Size Maryland Law Firm for Business and Transactions.

Released today: "Perfecting Your Pitch," by Ronald M. Shapiro

November 29, 2013

Shapiro Sher founder and best-selling author Ronald M. Shapiro's latest book is released today by Hudson Street Press.

Ron Shapiro On The Three Keys To Negotiating A Successful Deal

November 26, 2013

Ron Shapiro blogs for Forbes Magazine in this preview of his new book Perfecting Your Pitch: How to Succeed in Business and in Life by Finding Words that Work.

William A. McComas: "The hazards of edu-tech"

November 26, 2013

Shapiro Sher partner William A. McComas writes in the Maryland Daily Record about the downside to technology in the classroom.

"Best Law Firms 2014" includes thirteen practice areas at Shapiro Sher Guinot & Sandler

November 04, 2013

Thirteen of the Firm's practice areas have received rankings in the 2014 “Best Law Firm” rankings just published by U.S. News Media Group and Best Lawyers.®

"Mandela's lessons for the U.S. Congress"

October 29, 2013

​Shapiro Sher founder Ron Shapiro writes for The Baltimore Sun

"Glitches Within the CFAA's 'Exceeds Authorized Access' Language"

October 25, 2013

Matthew Esworthy co-writes an article for the ABA's Section of Litigation's Criminal Litigation newsletter about differing interpretations of a provision in the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.

Shifting Gears: Rules on Relating Back

October 02, 2013

Even the most careful pleader will sometimes learn new facts or change views of a case after filing an initial pleading. This new information or perspective may very well develop after the running of the statute of limitations. Fortunately federal and state law provides some recourse to attorneys in this potentially troubling situation.