Attorney William E. Carlson wants everyone to know he remains happily employed as managing partner of the Baltimore-based Shapiro Sher law firm, despite what the Maryland unemployment insurance office might think. Carlson is one of six long-time – and current – Shapiro Sher employees for whom unemployment checks were erroneously drafted at the behest of the Division of Unemployment Insurance under the mistaken belief they were no longer employed, according to attorney Renee S. Lane-Kunz, the firm’s chief operating officer.
Md. law firms hit with bogus unemployment claims
February 12, 2021