WTP’s Nussbaum and Hroblak Highly Ranked by Legal 500

Paul Nussbaum and Kevin Hroblak, partners in WTP’s Business Reorganization and Bankruptcy group, have been singled out in an international lawyer rating as among the leading bankruptcy lawyers in the Northeast region of the United States. Based on interviews with clients and other lawyers, Legal 500 said Nussbaum, the practice chair, is ‘a consummate strategist and negotiator with an excellent grasp of the law,’ and Hroblak, who has considerable expertise … Continue reading

“Sail for Kids” Regatta to raise funds for inner city sailing program

The Downtown Sailing Center (DSC) is proud to announce the third annual Sail for Kids Regatta and Fundraiser Celebration, benefiting the center’s community outreach programs. On July 11, sailboats organized by the Baltimore City Yacht Association (BCYA) and the Magothy River Sailing Association (MRSA) will race from Annapolis to Baltimore; smaller boats from the DSC will race near Fort McHenry. Racers and the community will come together for the post-race … Continue reading

KatzAbosch to Close Offices for Community Service Day and Annual Meeting

Certified public accounting and consulting firm KatzAbosch announced June 2 it will close its Timonium, Columbia and Bel Air offices on June 3 for its annual all-staff community service day and annual meeting. Regular business hours will resume on June 4 for all offices. KatzAbosch personnel will be volunteering at several area nonprofit organizations, including the Baltimore County Humane Society, The Loading Dock, Parks & People Foundation, Herring Run Watershed, … Continue reading

College of Notre Dame hosts Artscape off-site exhibit

“In Place,” an exhibit of photographic work that interprets, alters and responds to place, will be shown in Gormley Gallery at College of Notre Dame of Maryland July 11-July 31. The exhibit is part of Artscape’s visual arts programming; opening reception will take place July 11 from 4-6 p.m. “In Place” will feature the work of Jennifer Dorsey, Jennie Fleming, Leslie Furlong, Sofia Silva and Edward Winter. The exhibit is … Continue reading

Panel looks at options when communities lose newspapers

The Philip Merrill College of Journalism at the University of Maryland will host an evening symposium on June 2 to discuss what happens to local news if the major metropolitan daily newspaper shuts down, and what news options might takes its place. The 2009 Abell Symposium, entitled “The End of Local News? If Communities Lose Newspapers, Who Will Fill the Void?”, will be held 5 to 7 p.m. in Westminster … Continue reading

Whiteford, Taylor & Preston’s new managing partner discusses revised management structure and leadership

Whiteford, Taylor & Preston LLP announced June 6 the completion of a 12-month transition to a new management structure and management team. • Martin Fletcher, who was designated the Managing Partner-Elect in 2008, assumes the position of managing partner effective today. He succeeds Al Mezzanotte, who has just completed his ninth year as managing partner.• In addition, the firm has streamlined its structure. In lieu of its former three-member Management … Continue reading

Baltimore City Community College Upward Bound program to participate in the school and community nutrition program

For more than 20 years, Baltimore City Community College (BCCC) has been a participant in the federal Upward Bound program. Upward Bound is a federally-funded early intervention program designed to interest young people in going to college. The BCCC Upward Bound initiative serves economically disadvantaged youth of Baltimore City by developing their academic skills and motivating them to aspire toward pursuing higher education. The educational service provided by the BCCC … Continue reading

MacKenzie’s online market report available for preview

MacKenzie Commercial Real Estate Services, LLC launched a new, online version of their quarterly market report May 26. The web-based edition, which was developed in part as a green initiative, helps reduce MacKenzie’s environmental impact and offers readers an interactive alternative to the printed version. The high-tech, digital report is free to download and features user-friendly maps that allow visitors to navigate detailed submarket overviews, including sophisticated graphs, market forecasts, … Continue reading

College of Notre Dame of Pharmacy Dean receives New York award

Anne Y.F. Lin, Pharm.D., founding dean of College of Notre Dame of Maryland School of Pharmacy, will receive the Alumni Outstanding Achievement Medal from St. John’s University in New York on May 29. The medal is conferred on an alumnus in recognition of outstanding professional achievement. It will be presented by Rev. Donald J. Harrington, CM, president of St. John’s University, at a convocation ceremony in Taffner Field House. Dr. … Continue reading