Daily Archives: June 5, 2008

Litigation on the menu for Applebee’s

A Seattle law firm says it’s filing a national consumer-protection class action against Applebee’s Neighborhood Bar & Grill, following media reports that the chain misstated the fat and calorie content of items on its “Weight Watchers” menu. “Applebee’s is capitalizing ...

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On the hook for 15 grand

I just read that an alligator was caught yesterday at Arundel Golf Park in Glen Burnie with a fishing rod. And that got me thinking…Diamond Jim is loose. For the last three years, the Maryland Department of Natural Resources has ...

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Trahan, Burden & Charles wins Hair Cuttery account

When Hair Cuttery executives pulled up to the Trahan, Burden & Charles Inc. offices in Fells Point for their final meeting and saw yellow school buses with the slogan “We stop for Hair Cuttery” painted on them, they knew they had found their new advertising agency.

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Battle over benefits for home-based care

A battle over how Maryland should care for its indigent older and disabled residents was waged Thursday in the Court of Appeals, with the state defending its decision to deny Medicaid benefits for a mentally and physically impaired woman in her 80s who does not need constant attention from a licensed health practitioner.

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Former WTC tenant challenging $317,500 in rent add-ons

The bitter battle over alleged unpaid charges between Maryland and one of its former tenants at the World Trade Center is about to enter what could be its final stage, as the legal fight between the law firm Gebhardt & Smith LLP and the Maryland Port Administration heads to trial.

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