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RWL Managing Partner Chairs Autonomous Vehicle Panel at International Law Conference

RWL’s Managing Partner, Alan M. Rifkin, chaired a panel on the legal issues related to autonomous vehicles at an international law conference in Chicago on September 7, 2018.  The panel examined the emerging autonomous vehicle technology and the potential impact of the autonomous revolution on product liability and data security law.  Joining Mr. Rifkin on the panel were Christopher Bonanti (Director of Regulatory & Compliance for Transportat...

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RWL Attorneys Recognized by The Best Lawyers in America for 2019

RWL Attorneys Recognized by The Best Lawyers in America for 2019 RWL is proud to announce that a number of our attorneys have again been recognized by The Best Lawyers in America for its 2019 edition, including:

  • Arnold M. Weiner (Bet-the-Company Litigation, Commercial Litigation, Criminal Defense: White-Collar and Professional Malpractice Law – Plaintiffs)
  • Aron U. Raskas (Commercial L...

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RWL In The News

Chevron claims federal jurisdiction in Baltimore’s climate change suit By: Heather Cobun Daily Record Legal Affairs Writer August 8, 2018 One of the oil companies named as a defendant in Baltimore’s lawsuit over climate change removed the case to U.S. District Court last week, maki...

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RWL Partner Jonathan Biran Quoted in Time Magazine

RWL partner Jonathan Biran was interviewed by Time Magazine in connection with an article on President Trump and the Mueller investigation. http://time.com/5287368/donald-trump-justice-department-mueller-investigation/   President Trump Wants the FBI Investigated. Here Are 3 Possible Reasons Why   By TESSA BERENSON May 22, 2018, 3:07...

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RWL Partner Scott Livingston Featured Panelist on MSBA’s “Bid Protests with the State of Maryland and Baltimore City”

RWL partner Scott A. Livingston will be among the panelists speaking in Annapolis at the Maryland State Bar Association's "Bid Protests with the State of Maryland and Baltimore City" on April 17, 2018.              ...

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Maryland Daily Record Honors RWL Partner Arnold Weiner

Arnold Weiner

Partner Rifkin Weiner Livingston LLC

Arnold Weiner has stood up in court for the Orioles, former governor Marvin Mandel and for bankrupt national retailer Merry-Go-Round. “Arnold Weiner has not only been one of the most outstanding lawyers that the state of Maryland has ever seen, he has been a leader in law firms since leaving the U.S. Attorney General’s Office in the early 1960s,” says Barry L. Gogel, partn...

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RWL Attorneys Recognized in 2018 Edition of Best Lawyers

Arnold Weiner (Bet-the-Company Litigation; Commercial Litigation, Professional Malpractice Law – Plaintiff, Criminal Defense: White-Collar), Aron U. Raskas (Commercial Litigation), Ty Kelly (Criminal Defense: White-Collar), and Barry Gogel (Professional Malpractice Law – Plaintiff) have been recognized by Best Lawyers for its 2018 edition....

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Arnold Weiner Named a Maryland Daily Record Icon Honors Recipient

Arnold Weiner has been selected by the Maryland Daily Record as one of its inaugural Icon Honors recipients.  Established this year, the Daily Record’s Icon Honors recognizes Maryland business leaders over the age of 60 for their notable success, demonstration of strong leadership within and outside their chosen fields, and difference they have made in the community.  To be eligible for Icon Honors, honorees must have a long-standing commitment t...

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New York Times Coverage of RWL Win for Women Lacrosse Players, Who May Now Pursue Claims for Compensation from the NCAA for Concussion Injuries

As Concussion Worries Rise, Girls’ Lacrosse Turns to Headgear By BILL PENNINGTON, NOV. 23, 2017 The debate over whether headgear should be mandatory in girls’ lacrosse has been contentious for decades, fueled by fears that such equipment would turn their temperate game into a rugged version of hard-hitting boys’ lacrosse, where helmets have been required for years. ...

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