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  • Jason A. Shapiro Recognized in
    Jason A. Shapiro Recognized in "Super Lawyers" 2019

    Founder and Managing Partner, Jason A. Shapiro, has been recognized in the 2019 edition of “Super Lawyers.” Super Lawyers is a rating service of outstanding lawyers who have attained a high-degree of ...

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  • How Your Online Presence Can Impact Your Life Insurance Premiums
    How Your Online Presence Can Impact Your Life Insurance Premiums

    For individuals who wish to protect their spouse, children, or other loved ones in the event of their untimely death, life insurance has long been the financial product of choice. The popularity of ...

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  • How Fentanyl is Affecting Our Community
    How Fentanyl is Affecting Our Community

    Fentanyl is a drug that is up to 100 times more powerful than morphine and up to 50 times more powerful than heroin. Although the American public has just recently heard of Fentanyl, it has been ...

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  • Backward Background Checks: How Automated Screening Systems Can Stand Between You And Your New Home
    Backward Background Checks: How Automated Screening Systems Can Stand Between You And Your New Home

    For many years, a background check has been a relatively standard part of an apartment or home rental application. The landlord or property management company would look up your information in a ...

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  • How to Maintain Control in The Event of Temporary or Permanent Disability: Power of Attorney
    How to Maintain Control in The Event of Temporary or Permanent Disability: Power of Attorney

    Control is something that we all seek when it relates to important decisions in our lives, especially when those decisions are directly related our finances and personal assets. There may come a time ...

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  • To Bail Or Not To Bail: Maryland Courts Use Artificial Intelligence To Help Them Decide
    To Bail Or Not To Bail: Maryland Courts Use Artificial Intelligence To Help Them Decide

    For most of American judicial history, the bail hearing process has remained largely the same - the defendant and the prosecution both make their case and then the judge uses their legal experience to ...

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