Maryland Super Lawyers 2015 list includes 14 Shapiro Sher attorneys

January 23, 2015

​Fourteen Shapiro Sher Guinot & Sandler are cited in Maryland Super Lawyers 2015, including one attorney listed as a Top 10 Maryland lawyer, two listed in the Top 100, and four “Rising Stars.”

A quick review of Rule 3.3

January 20, 2015

There are times when a trial lawyer will face the ethical dilemma of whether or not to put a certain witness on the stand, particularly if he believes the witness may not tell the truth under oath.

Larry Gibson is keynote speaker at Harford Humanitarian Awards luncheon

January 15, 2015

The Baltimore Sun reports on Shapiro Sher's Larry S. Gibson's keynote address.

Anna Skelton joins Shapiro Sher's Litigation Group

January 15, 2015

​Anna Z. Skelton has joined Shapiro Sher's Litigation Group as an associate.

Shapiro Sher moves to new West Pratt Street office

January 01, 2015

A new year and a brand new location.

Super Lawyers gives Shapiro Sher top honors for business and transactions fourth year in a row

December 04, 2014

Super Lawyers new 2014 Business Edition names Shapiro Sher Guinot & Sandler the "Top Mid-Size Law Firm in Maryland" for business and transactions. This is the fourth consecutive year that Shapiro Sher has received this honor.

New Shapiro Sher partner Alex Brown featured in Maryland Daily Record

November 21, 2014

The Maryland Daily Record today features Shapiro Sher's newest partner Alex Brown.

Paul Mark Sandler presents "Sacco & Vanzetti" trial training program

November 21, 2014

The 1921 Sacco and Vanzetti trial was the basis of the latest training program offered by the American Bar Association's Litigation Institute for Trial Training.

Shapiro Sher is moving to W. Pratt Street

November 21, 2014

As of December 20, 2014, our Baltimore address will be: 250 West Pratt Street, Suite 2000, Baltimore, MD 21201.

Is it Possible to Use Too Many Adverbs in Court

October 13, 2014

Do you knowingly or unwittingly use an abundance of adverbs in your legal briefs and prepared statements for trial? According to The Wall Street Journal, you likely do.