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Currie joins new Maryland Chamber of Commerce committee

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Currie Joins Newly Formed Maryland Chamber of Commerce Employment Issue Committee
Columbia, MD—September 20, 2005— Angela E. Currie, an attorney with the Business & Technology Law Group, has joined the Maryland Chamber of Commerce Employment Issues Committee.  The Committee is a successor to the Maryland Chamber of Commerce's Employment Relations Task Force.

After internal review and final approval by the Board of Directors, three of the Maryland Chamber’s Task Forces have been combined into one full Committee, now called the Employment Issues Committee. Within this new Committee, there will be three fully functioning Subcommittees: (1) the Employment Law Subcommittee, chaired by Mr. Jay Fries; (2) the Workers’ Compensation Subcommittee, chaired by Mr. Mike Levin; and (3) the Unemployment Insurance Subcommittee, chaired by Mr. Ron Adler.

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