Katz Abosch names Melissa J. Pitchford to Shareholder

Regional accounting and consulting firm KatzAbosch, Jan. 26 announced it has named Melissa J. Pitchford, CPA, to Shareholder with the firm. Pitchford joined the firm in 2002 and provides auditing, accounting, and taxation services. She serves as Co-Chair of the firm’s Medical Practice Services Group working directly with medical...
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Capitol College representatives join MICUA on Independent Higher Education Day

Governor Martin O’Malley has declared February 12, 2009 “Maryland Independent Higher Education Day” in recognition of the vital role Maryland’s independent colleges serve in the state, which boasts one of the best educated workforces in the nation. Capitol College and other institutions that make up the Maryland Independent College and University Association (MICUA) will bring more than 150 college students, executives and presidents from across the state to Annapolis for … Continue reading

Whiteford, Taylor & Preston ranked No. 6 by Law360 Litigation Almanac

Whiteford, Taylor & Preston LLP (WTP) ranks No. 6 in the Law360 Litigation Almanac’s list of United States firms with the highest concentration of Bankruptcy lawyers. “We are truly honored,” said Paul M. Nussbaum, chair of the firm’s Bankruptcy Section and recent Maryland Super Lawyers honoree. “Given the firm’s excellent reputation generally, it’s a pleasure to gain this type of recognition for a specific practice area. Whiteford has made it … Continue reading

CSD Architects hire Lisa Julian-Miller as director of business development

CSD Architects is pleased to announce certified professional services marketer Lisa Julian-Miller has joined the firm as its newest associate. Julian-Miller will serve as director of business development for the firm, which was recently ranked the fifth largest architecture firm in the Baltimore area by the Baltimore Business Journal. Julian-Miller has 26 years of experience in strategic marketing and business development in the mid-Atlantic design and construction industry, most recently … Continue reading

Renowned astronomical leader lectures for Capitol College’s President’s Forum series

On January 14, Mark V. Sykes, PhD, director of the Planetary Science Institute, presented “Dawn, New Horizons and the Great Planet Debate,” a lecture for the Innovation and Leadership Institute’s President’s Forum series at Capitol College. Dr. Sykes’ talk featured a humor-ridden march through the history of the planets and their discoverers, and the process of how the categorization of planets and other space objects has evolved over time. His … Continue reading

Thirty-nine Whiteford, Taylor & Preston attorneys named MD’s Super Lawyers and Rising Stars

Whiteford, Taylor & Preston is pleased to announce 39 of its attorneys are listed among the 2009 Maryland Super Lawyers: Thomas C. Barbuti, Edward M. Buxbaum, Mary Claire Chesshire, Jonathan E. Claiborne, Robert B. Curran, William M. Davidow, Jr., Deborah H. Diehl, Edwin G. Fee, Jr., Martin T. Fletcher, James P. Gillece, Jr., John B. Gontrum, Peter D Guattery, Harry S. Johnson, Frank S. Jones, Jr., Paul W. Madden, Natalie … Continue reading

Whiteford, Taylor & Preston hires three nonprofit attorneys for its District of Columbia office

Whiteford, Taylor & Preston LLP (WTP) is delighted to announce the hiring of attorneys from O’Brien, Butler, McConihe & Schaefer, PLLC for its Nonprofits Organizations Group in D.C. — Jerome C. Schaefer, Steven P. Benson and Stephen M. Schaefer. Jerome “Jerry” C. Schaefer joins WTP as a partner; he was the managing partner of O’Brien, Butler, McConihe & Schaefer (formerly Hanson, O’Brien, Birney and Butler; and O’Brien, Birney and Butler). … Continue reading

Network 2000 seeking mid-career professional women for mentoring program

Network 2000, an organization promoting the advancement of women in professional and executive roles, is accepting applications for the 2009-10 class of its mentoring program “Effective Impact,” a year-long program for mid-career professional women, designed to enhance their expertise in key business areas and maintain life balances. “Network 2000 strongly believes in developing women leaders, and mentoring has always been a key component of our mission,” said Eileen Levitt, co-chair … Continue reading

Food and wine event to support new program designed to aid thousands

An evening of food, wine and art will support a newly-expanded Baltimore program that has served thousands of people with limited incomes. Diakon Lutheran Social Ministries will hold its “Palate and Perception” event beginning at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 24 at The Wine Market on East Fort Avenue. The event will feature a tasting of Spanish wines and an art show featuring the works of three local artists. Proceeds from the … Continue reading

Sports Legends Museum at Camden Yards to host “An Evening with Cal and Eddie”

WHO: National Baseball Hall of Famers and Former Baltimore Orioles’ teammates, Cal Ripken, Jr. & Eddie Murray WHAT: “An Evening with Cal & Eddie” WHEN: February 4 6-9 p.m. WHERE: Sports Legends Museum at Camden Yards (301 W. Camden Street) TICKETS: ONLY 150 tickets are available for purchase at $500 each CONTACT: Mary Hennemann at (410) 727-1539 ext. 3013 SUMMARY: On February 4, Sports Legends Museum will present “An Evening … Continue reading