NEW LAW FIRM OPENS

THE BALTIMORE SUN

Colt & Haslinger, a new Columbia-based law firm that will specializein family and criminal law and civil trial work, has opened its practice in the Equitable Bank Center on Little Patuxent Parkway.

Jerome Colt, formerly of Gelfman & Spahn, has practice law in Howard County since 1977 and concentrates in domestic law.

Nancy Haslinger, who has practice law for five years, is a formermember of the U.S. Senate Budget Committee staff.

Both Colt and Haslinger live in Columbia.

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CAPTION: Nancy Haslinger (left) and Jerome Colt have formed a law partnership.

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ANDERSON NAMED V.P.

Riemer Muegge & Associates Inc. has recently announced that William R. Anderson has been named vice president, director of survey.

Anderson willprovide field survey and preparation of subdivisions, easement and right of way plats, construction stakeouts, boundary and topography surveys and field surveys to support environmental planning.

LAW FIRM RELOCATES

The law office of Neil Edward Axel, which concentrates inthe areas of family law, personal litigation and criminal and traffic matters, has relocated its main office to the Equitable Bank centerin Columbia.

Axel, a resident of Columbia since 1979, has served as chairman of both the Howard County Drug Abuse Advisory Council andthe Governor's Advisory Council on Drug Abuse.

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