"Thornburg Trustee Can Proceed With Suit Against RBC Capital"

March 28, 2012

The Dow Jones Daily Bankruptcy Review reports on a lawsuit brought against RBC Capital Markets LLC.

McComas writes in the Daily Record about the MD Entrepreneur's Guide

March 28, 2012

William A. McComas co-authors an article in the Maryland Daily Record.

"The ESI Tsunami: A Comprehensive Discussion about Electronically Stored Information in Government Investigations and Criminal Cases."

March 27, 2012

Matthew A.S. Esworthy co-authors an article on the challenges of dealing with ESI in criminal matters.

"The bruising battle for Alter Communications"

March 09, 2012

The Deal Magazine quotes Shapiro Sher' partner Joel I. Sher in an article.

"Oregon Grille wins round in fight over paved lot"

March 08, 2012

​The Maryland Daily Record reports that the Court of Special Appeals has ruled in favor of the Cockeysville restaurant in a longstanding battle.

"Court of Special Appeals asked to vacate opinion on Exxon Mobil damages"

February 27, 2012

​Shapiro Sher partner Paul Mark Sandler is quoted in The Maryland Daily Record regarding his opinion about whether the Court of Special Appeals should vacate its own decision in a case involving a $150 million damage award against Exxon Mobil.

"Social media playing larger part in crime investigations, court cases"

February 26, 2012

Montgomery Advertiser quotes Shapiro Sher partner Matthew A.E. Esworthy on the topic of cyber crime in social media.

Shapiro Sher's Lee Riley testifies about changes to Maryland's UCC

February 21, 2012

​K. Lee Riley, Jr. testifies before the Maryland House of Delegates regarding amendments to Articles 1 and 9 of the Maryland Uniform Commercial Code.

"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.