Federal prosecutors and lawyers for one of two Baltimore detectives fighting racketeering and robbery charges have made their closing arguments as a trial winds down.Read More »
A North Carolina-based apparel company being sued by Under Armour in a trademark dispute has asked a Maryland judge to dismiss the case for lack of jurisdiction. Battle Fashions Inc. and owner Kelsey Battle previously have accused Under Armour of trademark infringement ...Read More »
Montgomery County on Tuesday became the second Maryland jurisdiction to file a federal lawsuit against opioid manufacturers and distributors, claiming the corporations intentionally misled doctors and the public about the dangers of the drugs and fueled the current epidemic. “It ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — Cycling organizations urged legislators Tuesday to establish a comparative negligence standard for when they or pedestrians are struck by vehicles, drawing opposition from insurers, defense attorneys and local governments. Sen. Susan C. Lee, D-Montgomery, proposed a “comparative negligence ...Read More »
A Baltimore jury on Friday awarded $130,000 to a man whose arm was broken by police when he was forcibly removed from a bus during the unrest following the death of Freddie Gray in 2015. Myreq Williams was attempting to ...Read More »
The Johns Hopkins Health System is not prohibited from seeking out-of-state patients but also must demonstrate to state officials its revenue is not “materially” changed by them, Hopkins’ lawyers have argued in a motion to dismiss a whistleblower lawsuit alleging ...
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An attorney representing a class of Maryland taxpayers who sued in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court striking down the state’s “piggyback tax” said his clients plan to appeal a Baltimore judge’s dismissal of the $38 million lawsuit. The ...Read More »