Shapiro Sher's Matthew A.S. Esworthy speaks at the 2013 Government Security Conference and Expo (GovSec).
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The Maryland State Bar Association today released the Fifth Edition of Pleading Causes of Action in Maryland. Co-authored by trial attorney Paul Mark Sandler of Shapiro Sher Guinot & Sandler and James K. Archibald of Venable LLP, Pleading Cause of Action has long been an essential resource for Maryland litigators.
Paul Mark Sandler presented a day-long trial training session for young lawyers at the American Bar Association Section of Litigation's annual conference in Chicago. The event used the Sacco and Vanzetti trial as an instructional vehicle and featured several prominent jurists and litigators from around the country.
Click here to read Shapiro Sher's Banking & Financial Services Report for January 2013, which focuses on Maryland's new indemnity deed of trust (IDOT) tax rule at its six-month anniversary.
"Pitfalls of Predictive Coding," by Matthew A.S. Esworthy, in the Winter 2013 issue of SideBar, a publication of the Federal Litigation Section of the Federal Bar Association.
Click here to read Shapiro Sher's Employment Law Report for January 2013, featuring the article: "Can employers still rely on social media for employee background checks?"
Maryland Super Lawyers cites 15 Shapiro Sher Guinot & Sandler attorneys in its just-released 2013 list, including four attorneys identified as "Rising Stars" in the legal community.Keep Reading »
Perfecting Your Pitch: How to Succeed in Business and in Life by Finding Words That Work, by Ronald M. Shapiro and Jeff Barker (Hudson Street Press, 2013)
Young Thurgood: The Making of a Supreme Court Justice, Larry S. Gibson (Prometheus Books, 2012)
Anatomy of a Trial: A Handbook for Young Lawyers, by Paul Mark Sandler (ABA Litigation Section, 2011)
The Power of Nice: How to Negotiate So Everyone Wins--Especially You!, by Ronald M. Shapiro and Mark A. Jankowski (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1998).
Appellate Practice for the Maryland Lawyer: State and Federal, Third Edition, edited by Paul Mark Sandler and Andrew D. Levy (Maryland State Bar Association, 2007).
Pleading Causes of Action, Fourth Edition, by Paul Mark Sandler and James K. Archibald (Maryland State Bar Association, 2008).
Maryland Discovery Problems & Solutions, by Hon. Paul W. Grimm, Charles S. Fax, and Paul Mark Sandler (Maryland State Bar Association, 2008).
Anatomy of a Trial: A Primer For Young Lawyers, by Paul Mark Sandler (Maryland State Bar Association, 2008).
The 12 Secrets of Persuasive Argument, by Paul Mark Sandler, JoAnne A. Epps, and Ronald J. Waicukauski (ABA Book Publishing, 2009).
Bullies, Tyrants & Impossible People: How to Beat Them Without Joining Them, by Ronald M. Shapiro and Mark A. Jankowski, with James Dale. (Crown Business, 2005).
Pattern Examinations of Witnesses for the Maryland Lawyer, Fourth Edition, by Paul Mark Sandler and James K. Archibald. (MICPEL, 2006)
Raising the Bar: Practice Tips and Trial Technique for Young Maryland Lawyers, by Paul Mark Sandler (MICPEL, 2005).
Discovery Problems and Their Solutions, by Paul W. Grimm, Charles S. Fax, Paul Mark Sandler. (ABA Book Publishing, 2004).
Model Witness Examinations, by James K. Archibald and Paul Mark Sandler (ABA Book Publishing, 2003, second edition).
Raising the Bar
Litigation partner Paul Mark Sandler was the author of "Raising the Bar," a regular column on trial advocacy that for several years appeared in the Friday edition of The Daily Record and other Dolan Media newspapers around the country.