LEONARDTOWN, MD (December 22, 2020) – Today the law offices of Baldwin Briscoe & Steinmetz (BBS) presented nonprofit organization Friends of Cedar Lane with a $2,000 charitable contribution.
New Leader Program In Southern Maryland Elena Russo talks with Sam Baldwin, Board President with Leadership Southern Maryland. They discuss their Executive Program and their launch of a new Emerging leader program.
27th Annual Bugeye Ball a Huge Success. It was an evening of enchantment at the 27th annual Bugeye Ball held at the Calvert Marine Museum on Saturday, April 1. More than 380 guests were in attendance, which was the most ever for the Bugeye Ball. The event raised over $60K with all proceeds supporting the restoration of the historic Drum Point Lighthouse.
Everyone knows that a driver’s license is required to drive on the public roads throughout the United States.Driving without a valid license is a crime in the state of Maryland.
The Leadership Southern Maryland Class of 2016 (including Baldwin & Briscoe’s own Samuel Baldwin) recently graduated, the culmination of a nine-month program of community education, outreach, and involvement.
In May of 1936, The Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company of Baltimore City placed an ad in the St. Mary’s Beacon. Under the headline “ANOTHER FAMILY JOINS THE TELEPHONE COMMUNITY.”
The Law Offices of Baldwin and Briscoe have always believed in protecting a person’s character. We have fought and continue to fight for our clients best interests.
Personal Injury attorneys seem to be everywhere. Just turn on the television during the daytime and chances are you’ll see one or more ads promising to fight for you if you’ve been involved in a car accident. They’ll promise that you won’t pay a fee until they recover money for you. They’ll demonize the insurance companies and warn you that those companies will take advantage of you.
Sixty-eight years ago, in 1947, eleven local lawyers founded St. Mary’s County’s first bar association. At that time, the Patuxent River Naval Air Station was only five years old. The county’s population then hovered around 15,000, the same number of people recorded in the first national census of 1790. The great changes in St. Mary’s County over the next half-century completely transformed the practice of law as those eleven lawyers understood it; as one former lawyer and judge put it, “it’s two separate worlds today, completely different, utterly different.”
The purpose of this article is to give readers a general overview of some issues that repeatedly occur in my practice when it comes to residential leases and some tips on how to follow the law so that you don’t end up on the wrong side of a dispute.
Chapter Two of managing partner’s Samuel C.P. Baldwin, Jr. comprehensive history about the life and times of the late John Hanson Briscoe, a former St. Mary’s County lawyer, statesman, Speaker of the Maryland House of Delegates, and judge, is now available.
During his retirement John Hanson Briscoe served as the president of Sotterley’s board of trustees. John Hanson, whose father was born at Sotterley and whose family owned the land for much of the nineteenth-century, was interviewed a few years after he left the board.
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- Why does it Take So Long to Get Compensated for my Car Crash?
- Maryland’s Court of Special Appeals Overturns Dismissal of Slip and Fall Case
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- Maryland Court of Appeals overturns summary judgment holding, allowing dog-bite victim’s case to proceed to trial. – Mary Paone Latz v. Jacob Parr
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- Nonprofit Institute: Protect Your Organization’s Hard-Won Assets