"Thornburg Trustee Settles Suit Against Ex-Insiders for $6.5M"

February 15, 2012

Media outlets report on Shapiro Sher partner Joel I. Sher, in his role as U.S. Trustee for Thornburg Mortgage.

"The Digital Age Meets the Constitution: Implications of U.S. v. Jones"

February 15, 2012

Matthew A.S. Esworthy was one of five featured speakers at a webinar hosted by Bloomberg BNA focusing on the Jones case, which marked the most important consideration of electronic information in criminal actions by the U.S. Supreme Court to date.

ACTL publishes Paul Sandler's speech

February 06, 2012

​The American College of Trial Lawyers publishes in its most recent Bulletin magazine an address by Paul Mark Sandler.

Matthew Esworthy named president-elect of law school alumni society board of directors

February 06, 2012

Mathew A.S. Esworthy is named to the board of directors for The Dickinson School of Law Alumni Society of Pennsylvania State University.

Esworthy moderates ABA program on cybercrime

February 03, 2012

​Shapiro Sher partner Matthew Esworthy serves as moderator of a program titled, "A Comprehensive View of Where Cyber Crime is Heading in 2012," sponsored by the Criminal Justice Section of the American Bar Association.

Larry Gibson interviewed in The Daily Record

January 18, 2012

Shapiro Sher attorney Larry S. Gibson talks to the The Daily Record about the Maryland Court of Appeals and the state's newest legislative district map.

Ronald Shapiro gets highest speaker rating at 2011 conference

January 17, 2012

​Shapiro Sher's Ronald M. Shapiro ranks first out of 400 speakers at the 2011 Association of Finance Professionals conference in Boston.

Eleven Shapiro Sher attorneys selected for Maryland Super Lawyers 2012

January 05, 2012

Maryland Super Lawyers has selected 11 Shapiro Sher attorneys, including three cited as "rising stars," for inclusion in its recently released 2012 ratings.

"Google's legal troubles"

January 03, 2012

Shapiro Sher partner William A. McComas writes in the National Law Journal about Google's "acceptance by silence" paradigm.